• Optional at Home-Learning Packets

Optional at Home-Learning Packets

These optional ELA and math at-home activity packets are designed to provide students with valuable self-directed exercises and practice.  Packets will be available for pickup during the week of April 13, 2020.  Your child’s school will contact you regarding pickup times and locations.

Answer packets are included as well as a sample home-learning schedule for students who are ONLY using the paper-packets. If printing is unavailable, students can use paper to record answers.

K-8 ELA Optional Home-Learning Packets

ELA packets include approximately 10 lessons and it is recommended that students complete 1 lesson a day. Younger children will need the support of an adult or older student to complete these lessons, unless they can read independently.  Answer keys are provided for each grade level. 

Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content—the most important thing is that they continue to work on their reading!

May ELA Home-learning Packets

April - ELA Optional Home-Learning Packets

Paper Based Optional Schedule (pdf)


K-8 Math Optional Home-Learning Packets

Math packets include approximately 15 to 20 sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts for each grade level. We recommend that your student completes one set of practice problems each day.  Answer keys can be found at the end of each packet. 

Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content—the most important thing is that they continue developing their mathematical fluency and skills!  Students in third grade and above should know their basic multiplication facts from memory.

May - Math Home-learning Packets

April - Math Option Home-Learning Packets

Paper Based Optional Schedule (pdf)

6th-8th Science Home-learning Packets

May 6th-8th Science Home-learning Packets

9-12 Courses

The goal of providing this sample weekly schedule is to assist all families in providing engaging opportunities for learning. We know that all of our families do not have equal access to technology and the Internet; therefore, the plan below provides activities that include technology and some activities where technology is not required. These activities are OPTIONAL and are not for a grade. Our high school students on a block schedule and only take 4 classes; therefore, all subjects do not need to be covered.  Instead, students should choose the combination of options below that align to their spring schedule ACT Prep. being an extra enrichment block. Use the sample, resources from the NPSB website, and/or the paper-based packets to create your own schedule. 

May - High School Learning Packets

9th-12th Grade Suggested Weekly Schedule (pdf)

ACT Packet (pdf)

Electives Packet (pdf)

English Packet (pdf)

Geometry Packet (pdf)

Math Packet (pdf)

Science Packet (pdf)

Social Studies Packet (pdf)