• Hi and welcome to the most exciting things to do. I hope you have a lot of fun along with all the juggling to work with your child and everything else going on around you. There will be 3 things in each subject to do for each week. 

    3 assignments in reading. They will mostly be reading words, reading books and a work sheet or two from the packet you should have this week picked up from the school.

    3 assignments in math. There are a lot of hands on things and workbook pages from the workbook that you picked up in the packet. Your child may do any pages they choose in addition to the ones I assign.


    one assignment in Science. That is to watch something on mystery science and a written to let me know what your child learned.


    one assignment in Social Studies. The papers for this are in the packet that you picked up from the school.


    If you have any questions feel free to email or dojo me. email: constance.heil@marion.k12.fl.us.

    Remember to dojo me daily saying your child is here. If I don't hear from you for 3 days I will be notifiying administration. PLEASE let me know you are here and ok. That can be something your child can remind you to do. Stay well.


    I will be available each day fro 9:00 -11:00 and 3:00-5:00.  That's when I will check dojo for completed work and record. I will try to answer when you dojo but it will not always happen right away. Hopefully phone calls will be kept to Mondays only. unless you request a different day or time. If you need me to call just dojo me and I will endeavor to call you when you ask.

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