Enrichment Packets for Grades Kindergarten to 8th Grade

 

Enrichment packets are in PDF format and can be downloaded and printed. These are the same packets passed out at the YCS Food Distribution Sites.

Our Early Learning Centers have developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • Pre-K Learning Packets 

Our Elementary Level has developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • K-5 I-Ready ELA Packets
  • K-5 I-Ready Math Packets
  • K-5 Imagine ELA Online
  • K-5 Imagine Math Online

Our Middle School Level has developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • 6-8 ELA/MATH/SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES Packets
  • 6-8 Imagine ELA Online
  • ​​​​​​​6-8 Imagine Math Online

Our High School Level has developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • 9-12 Google Classroom Lesson Packets (ELA/MATH/SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES) 
  • ​​​​​​​9-12 Copies of Classroom Lesson Packets (ELA/MATH/SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES) 

Our ACCE Alternative High School Level has developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • 9-12 Copies of Classroom Lesson Packets (ELA/MATH/SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES) 

Our Department of English Learners have developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • K-12 Packets ELA Lessons 
  • K-12 Packets Math Lessons
  • The English Language Department will contact families to ensure that they understand the purpose of the Enrichment Learning Packets. 

Our Office of Student Support Services have developed an Enrichment Learning Packets that include:

  • K-12 Packets ELA Lessons 
  • K-12 Packets Math Lessons
  • 6-12 Copies of Classroom Lesson Packets (ELA/MATH/SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES) 
  • Ancillary services will be provided as compensatory services during summer programming. These services include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech-language therapy, and school social work services. (Speech/language therapists and school social workers will communicate with their students’ families by phone.
  • Any services that we missed during this time will be provided for through compensatory services during the summer.
  • Students with IEP’s who are attending center-based programs such as High Point, Progress Park, Young Adult Project and Programs and local-based WISD- run programs will follow the protocol for these programs.