PCR-I Schools will remain closed thru April 17th. We will keep you informed as updated information arrives. Out top priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. Please continue to do what you can to keep progressing your learning at home. Our teachers are working behind the scenes to keep your brains engaged and active in the learning process. Be sure to check in with your teachers thru email, Google Classroom, Class Dojo, . . .
I hope all of our Putnam County families are doing well! We are celebrating the Arts from home and online this week, March 30th-April 3rd. We have NEW dress-up days and activities to do from home. These are listed below and on Mrs. Dooley's Google site. We appreciate all of your support and have fun! Send photos of student artwork and of them dressing up with their families to: Mrs. Dooley’s email: email@example.com . . .
Greetings, PCR-I students, parents, and community! Our outstanding teachers have been busy creating content, reviewing curriculum, and creating activities to keep our students engaged in the learning process. Below you will find each teacher or instructor and how they are sharing resources, curriculum, activities, and connecting with your student. Click on the link below. PCR-I Curriculum, Contact, and Communication . . .
Activity Chart for Elementary Art, Guidance, Library, and Music Check out the Google site below for a fun and special area for every day learning choice board put together by the Art, Guidance, Library, and Music teachers. As you complete the activities feel free to share your work with us or just say hi! We miss you and can’t wait to hear from you! Learning From Home for Elementary Art, Guidance, Library, and Music
Good afternoon 2nd graders! As I write this letter it has now been 1 week since we were together at school. I miss you all very much! I am anxious to get back to school to see each of you! I know some of you are probably sick of those packets! I know that is not what we thrive on but until we get back to school they were a simple way to provide you with some work to do so you could continue to learn. I thought it would be a . . .
PCR-I will remain closed thru April 3rd at this time. A decision will be made on Wednesday evening whether to extend closure beyond April 3rd. Stay home this week and stay well, Putnam. Students, keep checking your email, Google Classroom, Class Dojo, etc for curriculum from your teachers. We look forward to seeing you again!
Putnam County R-I Schools lost a special member of our family unexpectedly. Please keep the family and friends of James Thompson in your thoughts and prayers. James served as one of our treasured bus drivers. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family and friends. James will be missed.
Hope this message finds everyone doing well at home. There are so many activities you can do from home for speech and language therapy. The joy of our job is helping children to talk, saying sounds, saying words, answering questions, asking questions, and having conversations. To help your child all you need to do is sit down and have a full conversation with them. Pick a topic and enjoy! Stay on topic, . . .
Hi Kids and Parents! Hope this article finds you well during this rough time. I miss seeing all of you and hope to get back to school soon! In addition to the packets I sent home, I am going to post weekly articles to help students continue to work on goals from home! Be on the lookout for fun activities that you can do at home. Today's activity addresses following directions to make . . .
Hello Physical Development and Physical Education classes, I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy! Who would have thought we would have so much down time? How are you spending your free time? I hope you are not just sitting on the couch eating every bit of junk food in the house. Even though our P.E. and Physical Development . . .