Education Resources

Ultimate Safety Guide for Avoiding Coronavirus:

Podcasts for Students! Check it out!

8 Ways to Avoid Digital Distraction During Remote Learning and Homework

MUSIC Resources for Educators! This website has resources for band, choral, orchestra, and classroom music educators; an All-In-One Resource for k-12 Music Instructors.

At only 18-years-old, Gabe Fleisher has already made quite a name for himself. When he was 9-years-old, Gabe started getting up at the crack of dawn to send out a daily email newsletter with his analysis of the political news cycle. Wake Up To PoliticsFrom St. Louis Public Radio

17 Great Learning Podcasts for the Classroom from Common Sense Education

Best Podcast Apps and Websites for Students from Common Sense Education

Great podcast for children!

Free, fun educational video lessons created and produced by the National Constitution Center, these videos feature the museum’s education staff, distinguished scholars, and even some famous faces who bring America’s democracy and the stories of “We the People” to life.

Online Civic Learning Opportunities from the National Constitution Center.  Beginning the week of March 23, they are offering daily live constitutional conversations for middle school, high school, and college students, available through Zoom, and accessible on home computer, laptop, or phone. Posted

Teachers can find poems for kids and teens, lesson plans, essays, and more.

Learn a new word every day!

For those using videoconferencing services from ZOOM, be aware of people getting into your meetings and ZOOM Bombing if you are posting a public Zoom link. Read Krebs on Security blog.

Microsoft Family Learning Center: Browse these educational resources by grade, provided by Microsoft.

Access free downloadable children’s books using this resource.

Not sure how to talk to your child about the Coronavirus pandemic? Check out this resource that puts things in simple terms. Children’s Resource about Coronavirus: