Home Learning Tools

  • To help families support at-home learning, we have compiled a list of online resources for students. These resources provide students with opportunities to practice skills they have been learning in the classroom and to explore topics of interest that will keep them engaged.

    Students - check out this Tips and Tricks video for eLearning!


    Slow/Spotty or No Internet/WiFi at Home?

    There is access available in school parking lots! It has been setup on the north side on the Junior High where the busses drop off/pickup, the west side of the Middle School where the busses drop off/pickup, and the north end of the parking lot at Hatley Elementary.
     
    You are welcome to park in any of those school parking lots to use the guest WiFi.

    Username: Guest
    Password: Evergreens


  • Elementary Resources

  • Canvas

  • Code.org

  • Kahn Academy

  • Kahoot

  • Lunch Doodle with Mo Willems

  • Marathon County Library

  • Mystery Science

  • NPR Circle Round

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

  • Scholastic Learn from Home

  • Science Techbook

  • Scientific American

  • Seesaw

  • Smithsonian Magazine

  • Wilbooks

  • PBS has Partnered with Bright by Text
     
    This is a great resource for parents and caregivers of young children.
    • You can simply text "Badger" to 274-448.
    • PBS then texts 2-4 links weekly to expert-vetted (doctor/researched) resources, activities and tips relevant to their child's age (specifically created for ages PK-8) to support their learning and health during Covid -19.
    • It is also offered in Spanish.

     

  • There are additional resources that can be found on school websites—typically under Student Resources>IMC.

  • General Curriculum for K-5 Language Arts and Math for Quarter 4

  • Secondary Resources

  • AP Exams

  • Canvas

  • CPM Educational Program

  • Discovery Education

  • Kahn Academy

  • Kahoot

  • Newsela

  • No Red Ink

  • Smithsonian Magazine

  • Academic and Career Planning Resources from the Department of Public Instruction

  • Students and families are experiencing unprecedented levels of anxiety and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic. Juniors and seniors along with their families may be feeling this more deeply as they prepare for a major life transition upon graduation. Even students who considered their postsecondary plans set may be rethinking their decisions in light of the drastic change in circumstances. Here are some academic and career planning (ACP) resources that can be helpful.

  • ACT is Providing Free Digital Learning Resources for Students Impacted by COVID-19

  • ACT is providing resources to serve community needs during this challenging time. The resources are adaptable for use in the home and through online learning. 
     
     
     
    Upcoming National Test Dates:
    • June 13, 2020 ACT Test Date - Student Registration Deadline - May 8, 2020
    • July 18, 2020 ACT Test Date - Student Registration Deadline - June 19, 2020 

  • Resources for All Grade Levels

  • Technology Support

  • If you need technology assistance, please call the D.C. Everest Help Desk at 715-355-0306

    If you leave a message your call will be returned as soon as possible.


    When Can You Pick Up Your Student’s iPad or Drop It Off for Repair?

    For those families who need to pick up their student’s school iPad , or drop it off for repair, during the current extended school closure periodplease contact the DCE Technology Help Desk at 715.355.0306 to set up an appointment. Devices can be picked up or dropped off for repair Monday – Friday, by appointment only. 

    Technology staff will follow social distancing best practices and families are reminded to maintain a six-foot proper social distance from others community members.


    Accessing Student Email Video