Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science in Education- The Ohio State University Master of Arts in Education- The Ohio State University
Mrs. Julie Metelko
Hello everyone! I hope you are all staying healthy and safe. If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com. This time of remote learning will be a new experience for all of us, so if you are experiencing difficulties, please let me know.
Students will need to complete work from each of their teachers for the week. I have listed links to each teacher on our assignments page for the week. If you see a teacher for small group reading or math, they may also have assignments for completion on their pages. We will post assignments on Fridays and those assignments will be due the following Friday.
I have started a class Remind in order to communicate what would normally be in student agendas. If you would like to be added to the Remind, and did not see the email, please let me know, and I will add you to the page.
Tips for Success
- Clean out your binder!
- Moving forward, prior assignments, other than in-progress packets and calendars, will not be needed and can be removed.
- Establish a space for learning that is similar to a school environment-away from televisions or other noise distractions.
- Keep a container of supplies available: pencils, erasers, writing paper, scissors, glue, crayons/colored pencils
- Use folders to organize subject assignments.
Suggested Learning Schedule
Reading and Language - 40-50 minutes each day
Math - 20-30 minutes each day
Science and Social Studies - 20-30 minutes each day
Other Activities - 20-30 minutes each day (if possible)
We realize computer time and adult help time will be different for each student. As we adjust instruction from the school setting to the home setting, remember this is new to all of us.
Do what you can! Do your best! Don't stress!