Click on this link for activities for grades K-2.
Click on this link for activities for grades 3-5.
Click on Read alouds. Each week new ones are added.
Digital Literacy: Go to Commonsense Media for lessons about digital citizenship.
Digital Literacy: Go to this Google Slide presentation. Work through this with an adult. The last slide has websites you can access to practice digital literacy skills.
April is Poetry Month. This Google slide presentation is all about poetry. Each week a new activity will be added.
Mrs. McVey's read alouds. Here you will listen and watch Mrs. McVey read books. Each week a new one will be added.
May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month. This Google slide presentation is all about achievements and contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders. You will watch videos, listen to read alouds, do activities, and learn new recipes. Each week I will add more to this presentation.
Remote Learning Teacher Office Hours:
During our Remote Learning I can be reached through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday through Friday: 7:45 AM to 8:45 AM and 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Students may check out library materials every day. Most library books and magazines are checked out for a two-week period. Students may renew materials in most cases if they need them beyond their checkout due date. Late fees are never assessed, but students must pay for lost or damaged library materials. You may search our library collection at home through our online catalog.
You may access our collection of interactive e-books and databases via MackinVIA - Use your student ID number and your password to access these books.
World Book Online
Access World Book Online - Please see a library staff member for the login information.
Useful Links to Online Resources
For a complete list of links to useful online resources for Rocky Mountain Elementary students and their parents please see our new Education Links section. The links in this section can be easily filtered by grade level and/or subject to help you find the links you seek.
Volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Book Fair - We have book fair in October during parent teacher conferences. Volunteers are needed to help set up, help students with selections, run the register, and help pack up the fair.
- Book Repair - We need help to keep our books in good repair. Please stop by to see how to help out! We always need help.