• Class Dojo 

      www.classdojo.com Then use the passcode I sent on your phone. Class Dojo is where you can up load photos of student work. 

      Student Desktop Login

      This is the MCPS desktop login. 

      Student login information and passwords were sent via DOJO at the beginning of Spring Break. If you do not have it, please contact me via email or through Dojo. 

      Through the desktop, they will be able to access apps such as myON, ThinkCentral (math textbook), and Studies Weekly (science and social studies app). 

    • myON

      Please log in using the student desktop or by downloading the app on a tablet/smartphone. 

      • Desktop portal (on computers)
        • Log onto the student desktop
        • Click on the myOn button:  myOn

    Think Central (Math Application on the desktop)

    • Log onto the student desktop
    • On the bottom choose “eTextbooks”
    • Click on think central Think Central


    Studies Weekly (Science and Social Studies application on the desktop)

    • Log onto the student desktop
    • On the bottom choose “eTextbooks”
    • Click on Studies Weekly Studies Weekly


  • Welcome to Mrs. Barnard's Kindergarten Class! 

    I know that this distance learning is new for all of us. But together we will work this new adventure!

    Starting today you will find all the assignments here on my website! 

    There will ELA, Math, & Social Studies assignments.

    This week's special is Art-make sure you visit Mrs. Headley's website for your art lessons.

    My office hours are: 8:00 am to 9:00 am and 1:00 to 2:00 pm.

    I will use the ZOOM app from time to time or for private conferences. You can download the ZOOm app at: ZOOM.US/JOIN.

    Check ClassDojo class story for the daily story. I will record a story each day for you to listen to and respond to questions about the story. Have fun! I miss everyone!

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    You can find iReady in the student portal after logging in. 30 minutes of iReady reading and iReady math instruction should be completed weekly by Kindergarten students. In a normal school day, students usually complete 10-15 minutes of iReady reading and 10-15 minutes of math.Students should try to pass all lesson with 70% or higher.