LPS Remote Learning Materials

Parents and students,

The following resources are provided by Lincoln Public Schools to offer meaningful practice and learning opportunities during our district-wide closure. This is a living document that may be updated. 

Videos

Remote learning videos are being broadcast and published online. Learn more.

Daily Learning Challenge!

Fun, optional activities to help parents and caregivers keep their kids reading, writing and creating while out of school.

Discover them here!

What you can do with your child from home

What you can do with your child from home

What you can do with your child from home

  • Reference previous Home Visit Sheets and continue to implement the strategies to address your child’s needs
  • Utilize packet of provided materials for activities relevant to your child/priorities
  • Contact your Provider or Services Coordinator via email with questions or concerns.
  • You can find staff email addresses here: LPS Staff Email Address Search
  • Center Based Preschool Information for Families

What you can do with your child from home

What you can do with your child from home

Special Education

Parents, thank you for your continued collaboration and support. Below, you will find links to online learning activities. You may choose from these, for your child with a disability to complete from April 6 to April 19. New activities will be released every 2-3 weeks. The next release of new materials will be April 20. These materials are in addition to the general education materials that are available through the LPS Remote Learning website.

What can I expect from my child’s case manager?

Your child’s case manager will contact you at least twice a month, by Zoom or email. If you would like more frequent contact, please notify the case manager. The case manager may also determine that more frequent contact is needed. If you would like a related service provider (OT, PT, SLP, AT, Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, or Teacher of the Visually Impaired, etc.) to contact you, please notify your child’s case manager.

What if I do not know the name of my child’s case manager?

Email the principal, assistant principal or special education coordinator at your child’s school, asking for the case manager’s name.

What activities should my child do?

Your child should work on the activities that best meet his or her needs, based on age, grade, and ability. If you aren’t sure which activities to choose, contact your child’s case manager. Not every activity is appropriate for every student.

What should I do if I have trouble accessing the online materials?

Start by contacting your child’s case manager for help. If needed, go to the Parent and Guardian Support page on this Remote Learning site , where you’ll find links to helpful information for using online materials.

Can my child’s case manager contact me on my cell phone?

No, we are asking staff to use email or Zoom to contact all students and families. We are asking staff not to use their personal devices to contact parents.

Will these lessons be graded?

Middle and high school special education classes will be graded using an S or U. Elementary student work will not be graded.

Are leveled readers and Lexia available to my elementary student?

Yes. In the student’s digital Wonders account, go to the dashboard and select the book icon book icon. If the leveled reader in the dashboard is not the correct level (on, beyond, approaching, ELL), contact the classroom teacher, who can adjust the level. Parents can search and read all leveled readers for the entire year on the student’s digital Wonders account, by typing “leveled reader” in the search box. Materials can be found here. If you have questions, contact your child’s case manager.

Information for specific areas can be found in the tabs below.

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided by your teachers.

Teachers are available to answer questions through email.

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided by your teachers.

Teachers are available to answer questions through email.

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided on our site.

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided on our site.

Other Activities

If you have online access, continue to work on projects or lessons in Code.org or select activities from https://hourofcode.com/us/learn

What students can do from home

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided by your teachers.

Teachers are available to answer questions through email.

What students can do from home

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided on our site.

What students can do from home

Watch the videos and complete assignments according to the directions provided on our site.

What students can do from home

What students can do from home

Band and String teachers are posting learning activities in the 4th Grade String, 5th Grade String, or 5th Grade Band Google Classroom. Students who are enrolled in band and string small group classes should check their Google Classroom each Monday for announcements from their teacher and learning activities for the week.

Parents, you may be getting an email from your band and string teacher concerning very important steps in keeping the instruments clean.

Students should complete assignments according to the directions provided by teachers in Google Classroom. Additional information for specific areas can be found in the tabs below.

What students may do

Read materials of interest. Parents can choose questions from the provided document to ask children.

Resources for Teachers & Students

What students may do

  • Students who have access to the internet can continue to work in their classes.

  • When a student needs access to an assignment sheet, study guide or lab, they should email their teacher. The teacher will then share the document with the student. When the student completes the assignment, they should email their teacher to communicate they are done. Alternatively, teachers may be creating a Google Classroom where assignment sheets are available in a digital, editable format so students may complete and turn them in electronically.

  • When a student is ready to take a quiz, email the teacher. Quizzes are open note. We WILL be allowing students to take tests. When a student is ready to take a unit test, email the teacher. The teacher will unlock the test for the student to complete.

We will be posting sports performance workouts that can be completed at home, by yourself, with minimal equipment.

Resources for Teachers & Students

LPS Student Athlete Training Portal