Virtual Learning Days



Dear Parents and Families,

As you are aware, EVSC has made the decision to use virtual learning days for the week of March 16th. Students will be require to complete Mathematics and English Language Arts assignments during this time, in order to receive credit for attendance. All assignments must be given to the their homeroom teacher when we return to school. Students who turn the assignments in late will be marked absent. Remember, attendance is important and we encourage all students to complete their assigned work.

Here is the link for teacher contact information and availability: 
Teacher Availability

Use the folders and links at the bottom of this page to locate lessons for each grade level.

Grade Level Lessons
K Monday - How the Camel Got His Hump - Pgs - 6-17
Tuesday - How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin - Pgs - 18-29
Wednesday - Bird Build Big - Pgs - 30-37
Thursday - Ant City - 38-48
Friday - The Chicken That Laid the Eggs - Pgs - 47-55
1st Monday - The Secret Life of Elvis - Pgs. 1-17
Tuesday - Bark Beauty - Pgs. 18-27
Wednesday - Drip Drop Roots on Top Pgs - 28-36
Thursday - A Plants Beast Feast - Pgs - 37-46
Friday - Greedy Fawn Makes the Mush - Pgs. 47-55
2nd Monday - The Lion and the Mouse - Pgs - 9-17
Tuesday- Pecos and the Mountain Lion - Pgs -18-22
Wednesday - The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing Pgs - 23-28
Thursday - Cinderella and The Turkey Girl - Pgs - 29-25
Friday - A Puppy for Oscar - Pgs - 36-40
3rd Monday - The Girl and the Apples - Pgs - 9-14
Tuesday - Sharing the Crops - 17-21
Wednesday - Zel the Gentle Donkey - 22-30
Thursday - A Bundle of Sticks and Brother and Sister - Pgs -33-37
Friday - How the Bat Got Wings and True or False -Pgs -38-46
4th Monday -Fresh ad Air - Pgs - 9-18
Tuesday - Over Bridge, Under Tunnel - Pgs - 19-21
Wednesday - Seashells - Pgs - 22-27
Thursday- Out Win - Pgs - 30-38
Friday - The Catfish and A Golden Vase - Pgs - 39-47
5th Monday - Darkness in the Desert - Pgs - 10-17
Tuesday - Night Walk - Pgs -18-22
Wednesday - Aannas Monsters - Pgs - 23-26
Thursday - Summer Night and Climbing Mount Whitney - Pgs - 27-35
Friday - Here Pyggy Pyggy and From the Furs to Five Dollar Bills - Pgs - 38-41
6th Monday - A Scientist Search for Bigfoot - 10-23
Tuesday - Worth More Than Gold - Pgs - 24-27
Wednesday - Luck Favors the Prepared - Pgs 33-42
Thursday - Athena, Anachne and The Weaving Contest Pgs - 44-51
Friday - A Sewing Sensation and Work Smarter Not Harder - Pgs -52-59
7th Monday - Deep Sea Treasure Hunters and Commander Suni Willams -Pgs -12-20
Tuesday - Martha Graham: Modern Dance Instruction and The Aqua Lung Bringing Ocean Exploration to New Depths - Pgs 21-28
Wednesday - Did Franklin Really Collect Electric Fire From the Sky - Pgs - 29-36
Thursday and Friday - Grammar and Reading passages: The Flu Game and Race to Reach the South Pole Pgs 39-50
8th Monday - Holden and Pops and One Word of Advice - Pgs - 9-17
Tuesday - From the Canoe Breaker and The Battle Picnic - Pgs - 18-24
Wednesday - The Gift of the Flute - Pgs 25-30
Thursday/Friday - The Mollusk Family and Armadillo Attributes - Pgs - 34-47



Lunches During School Closure

The EVSC will continue to provide "grab & go" meals for students at multiple schools next week since all school facilities will be closed. The "grab & go" meals include lunch, as well as breakfast for the following day. Meals will be available to pick up between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the sites listed below. Meals are free to anyone 18 and younger, and students do not need to be enrolled at the school where they plan to pick up the meals. Per USDA regulations, students must be present to receive the free meals. Adult meals will not be available for purchase. Tables will be set up near the school entrance where students can grab a meal and go.

School locations where meals will be available include:

Caze
Cedar Hall
Delaware
Dexter
Evans
Glenwood
Harper
Hebron
Lincoln
Lodge
Stringtown
Tekoppel
Vogel