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School Counselor: Najwa Welch
School Social Worker: Stephanie Snider
ESL Teacher: Catherine Gray
Special Education: Melissa Powell
504 Plans: Rolando Tillman
PB and J Fund Assisting the Charlottesville City Schools Food Program
Food Not Bombs - Tonsler Park Sundays 1pm
The Haven - Day Shelter
Many of the private programs have scholarships
For links, see Equity Center Community Resource Page
Center for Disease Control – checklist for parents, guardians and other individuals preparing for the school-year
Maven Clinic Pros/Cons to Weigh Back to School Decision – There’s no single right choice, but understanding your options and assessing your needs can help you come to a decision that’s best for your family.
Free Educational Resources from Popsugar – this is a free collection of websites and apps to support virtual learning.
Mental Health America – another collection of vetted educational resources for school-aged children.
Wildrock’s Nature Lovers Book Club – for middle readers ages 8-12. Will run 8am-12pm from 8/27-10/1.
Blue Ridge Bigs – compilation of resources for parents by linking to a host of educational resources for littles.
PB&J Fund – has a variety of real-world, food related learning resources including recipes, Kitchen Skills 101, and Health Affordable Meal Suggestions
Digital Resources for Walker Upper Elementary School Families – think link provides links to some general digital resources as well as some Walker specific information.
Outschool – Explore any interest over live video chat! Discover fun, social, and safe learning experiences for kids ages 3-18 led by passionate teachers.
Khan Academy – Offers free lessons in math, science, and humanities from kindergarten through the early years of college. Students can use the exercises, quizzes, and instructional videos to learn and master skills.
Scholastic.com Learning at Home – For supporting children’s continuous learning at home and for back-to-school plans, Scholastic has you covered with virtual learning materials.
Wide Open School – Find tips and resources for distance learning for parents/caregivers and teachers.
Ted Ed – Browse hundreds of TED-Ed Animations and TED Talks designed to spark your child’s curiosity. You’ll also find thousands of other video-based lessons organized by age-level and subject.
Raz Kids – With Raz-Kids, students can practice reading anytime, anywhere – at home, on the go, and even during the summer!
Prodigy – Prodigy connects in-class learning to at-home math practice that kids love – making it your go-to platform for effective blended and virtual learning.