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EMERGENCY ALERT NOTIFICATION

REGARDING THE JANUARY 19, 2021 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Bucks IU Board of School Directors will be held on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 7:00 pm.  Prior to the Board Meeting, there will be a Finance Committee Meeting at 6:30 PM. Per the Bucks IU Health and Safety plan in response to COVID-19, the meetings will be held virtually and are open to the public.

To join the meeting(s), please use the following information.  If you have not used Zoom before, you may need to follow the program instructions to download the application prior to being able to join the meeting(s).  You may also join the meeting(s) via audio conference only using the Call-in number and Webinar ID below:

Finance Committee Meeting
Zoom (online video and audio):
https://bucksiu.zoom.us/j/92465375818?pwd=OWUxejlwSnA0TjUvOXlqQTk3c004dz09
Passcode: 288365
Audio only conference:
Call-in: 312 626 6799 - Webinar ID: 924 6537 5818

Board Meeting
Zoom (online video and audio):
https://bucksiu.zoom.us/j/93359748686?pwd=R2JLV05ocG8xZTNsYVRjSW1EcWV1dz09
Passcode: bucksiu
Audio only conference:
Call-in: 312 626 6799 - Webinar ID: 933 5974 8686

EMERGENCY ALERT NOTIFICATION
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Hearing - Online Learning Supports

Please be sure you review and read all app and website terms and agreements carefully prior to engaging, subscribing, or enrolling.

Elementary Level

How we Hear

Parts of the ear

Virtual Exhibit exploring hearing loss

Reading/Language Arts Resources

Various games related to grammar, spelling, vocabulary for grades K-8 (some games may be used for students in high school as well)

ASL Storytelling, Playlists with ASL and Spoken English dedicated to various chapters books that include discussion questions (Charlotte’s Web, The Napping House, Wonderstruck)
elementary/ middle

Phonemic awareness: preschool/elementary

Scholastic Learn At Home

Middle School Level

Reading/Language Arts Resources

Various games related to grammar, spelling, vocabulary for grades K-8 (some games may be used for students in high school as well)

ASL Storytelling, Playlists with ASL and Spoken English dedicated to various chapters books that include discussion questions (Charlotte’s Web, The Napping House, Wonderstruck)
elementary/ middle

Scholastic Learn At Home

American Sign Language (ASL) - For All Learning Levels

Fingerspelling 

ASL Games

Hearing Aid Care

The Online Itinerant - Training in ASL for families and professionals


Other Resources and Information

How to Screen Cast (Record) a Lesson

This was shared by someone utilizing One Note or Canvas to upload pre-recorded lessons for students. The last step shown of uploading to One Note or Canvas could easily be changed to Google Drive (if your school uses it) or sent to a student as an email. This would be different for each of us, depending on how our district wants materials shared.

 
Distance Learning

https://view.genial.ly/5e625d897403eb1837422fad/vertical-infographic-distance-learning-tools