This is a list of resources that students can use to have some extra practice over the summer. There are resources that only require low internet speeds and those that require more "normal" speeds.
If you want to give your child more practice or they are just plain bored, here is a great website that gives extra academic enrichment/resources.
If your child does this, they can get extra credit.
At Home Learning
If you want to use these free gym online workouts, you can use them and count it toward your PE grade.
Arizona lawmakers consider contingency plans if schools don't reopen this spring
Opinion: What can closed Arizona schools expect after March 27? Now, mercifully, we know
Arizona orders schools to stay closed through second week of April
Arizona Department of Education
Arizona Department of Health: Schools
100's of activities to do from home
Recycle and Play
Learning coding at home for free (Great way to spend free time for anyone wanting to have a tech job in the future)
75+ Entertaining and Educational Activities for When You’re Stuck Indoors
Listen to Children's Stories every night read by Josh Gad (Olaf from Frozen)
275+ Enrichment Activities for Children While Parents are Working Remotely
Scholastic Learn at Home
Listen and Learn at Home (for our beginning/practicing readers)
50 Educational Websites for Kids When Schools Are Closed
What is COVID-19/Coronavirus?
Resources from Autism Speaks
Resources for talking about the Corona-virus with young children (might be good for everyone)
Resources about free lunch and breakfast programs in Tucson (please make sure you are careful when going out and wash your hands)
Resources to help manage anxiety and stress
Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource
UPDATE: (3/24/20): How to handle clinical care during social distancing and school/program closures
Do we have to say more? How cool!
This article goes over some of the benefits to taking notes by hand.
We will share educational or interesting articles on this page.