Please scroll to find your students teacher for course work and class information.


Art, Music, and PE for K-5: 

A bingo sheet will be sent home on March 16th.  On this sheet are activities for art, music, and PE.  Students should do as many as they like!

Grade School PreK-5, Title

PreK
Mrs. Sholders

Instructions and handouts were sent home on Friday, March 13 with students. There is also a copy of the documents attached

Title I

Mrs. Kamplain

Packets and directions were sent home Friday, March 13th with students. Please contact Mrs. Kamplain through ClassDojo with any questions.

Mrs. Greathouse

Reading textbooks, reading vocabulary/sight words, and spelling words were sent home with students. Please return reading textbooks when school resumes.

Greathouse Reading & Spelling.pdf

Speech & Language Resources

Speech websites, activities, and worksheets will be shared on the school website. 

Speech & Language Resources.pdf

Mrs. Andrews

 Textbooks were sent home with Instructional 4th and 5th grade students. Instructions are posted. Please contact Mrs. Andrews at mandrews@oblongschools.net with any questions. Return completed assignments when school resumes.

Mrs. Potts

Instructions and handouts were sent home on Friday, March 13th with students. These documents are also posted on the school website.  Completed assignments will need to be signed and returned when school resumes. 7th Grade Math RtI students may email bpotts@oblongschools.net if they have any questions regarding math assignments.

 

Mrs. Hardiek

Packet with instructions have been sent home as of Friday, March 13th.

Mrs. Nethery

 Access the Oblongschools web site to the Jr. High site then to the appropriate grade level and class. Next, select the correct date under the class.  Assignments should be listed, with instructions to links.

 

Math: Practice facts using xtramath.org; work on IXL as assigned; use of others (Khan academy, freckle.com, &  prodigygame.com) as assigned.

 

American History:Go to Jr. High web sites for assignments. Most assignments will have you go to google classroom to the Am History class.

 

Kindergarten

Documents and instructions were sent home on Friday, March 13th with Kindergarten students.  These documents will be posted on the school website as well. Completed assignments will need to be signed and returned whenever school resumes.  If there are any questions regarding homework, please message me through the Bloomz app. 

K Sight Words.pdf

K Homework Menu.pdf

Potts RTI Kindergarten.pdf

 

1st Grade

 

Instructions and handouts were sent home on Friday, March 13th with students. These documents are also posted on the school website.  Completed assignments will need to be signed and returned when school resumes.  

  

1st Grade Phonics & Writing.pdf

1st Grade Math.pdf

1st Grade Spelling & Sight Words.pdf

1st Grade Homework Menu.pdf

Potts RTI 1st Grade.pdf

  

2nd Grade

Dear 2nd grade families,

 

Below are lists for 2nd grade Spelling, Reading Stories, and reading vocabulary. Tests will be on Fridays unless we are off of school on a Friday. Reading stories are available through YOUTUBE. Below are some suggestions to practice for MATH.

 

Week of March 16-20

 

Unit 25 spelling- camera, carry, follow, lesson, suddenly, remember, ever, every, pretty, little, were, how

 

Reading story-Looking at Lincoln by Maira Kalman

 

Reading vocabulary-battle, liberty, plight, democracy, memorial, malice

 

Week of March 23-27

 

Unit 26 spelling- blouse, blouses, place, places, race, races, upon, our, rain, mail, that’s, when

 

Reading story-Each Kindness  by Jacqueline Woodson

 

Reading vocabulary-brillant, thawed, belonged, tattered, rippled, announce

 

Week of March 30-April 3

 

Unit 27 spelling- father, flower, over, sister, summer, mother, number, another, brother, other, after, they’re

 

Reading story-Somebody Loves You Mr. Hatch  by Eileen Spinelli

 

Reading vocabulary-mend, supervisor, dabbed, mysterious, fluttered, recall

 

Week of April 6-9

 

Unit 28 spelling- neighbor, weigh, weight, sleigh, veil, eight, reindeer, cheerful, joyful, loudly, playing, using

 

Reading story- Henry’s Freedom Box by Ellen Levine

 

Reading vocabulary-soar, warehouse, bittersweet, beckoned, steamboat, burst

 

Week of April 13-17

 

Unit 29 spelling- undo, unfair, unhappy, unlike, unlucky, untie, exit, expect, extra, index, redo, dislike

 

Reading story- Library Lion by Michelle Knudson

 

Reading vocabulary-striding, twitched, demanded, stern, overdue, circulation

 

Week of April 20-24 

 

Unit 30 spelling- ever, every, little, were,how, upon, that’s, father, mother, after, they’re, eight, playing, unhappy, dislike 

 

Reading story- Rosie Revere by Andrea Beaty

 

Reading vocabulary-engineer, perplexed, thrill, inventions, sputtered, wheezed

 

Week of April 28-May 1 

 

Unit 31 spelling- calf, half, laugh, phone, rough, tough, above, seven, eleven, belief, chief, thief

 

Reading story- Me…Jane by Patrick McDonnell

 

Reading vocabulary-cherish, observe, encourage, curious, pursue, discovery

 

Week of May 4-8 

 

Unit 32 spelling-calves, halves, leaves, lives, shelves, wolves, leaf, life, shelf, wolf, nine, fifteen

 

Reading story- That’s What Leprechauns Do by Eve Bunting

 

Reading vocabulary- mischief, grumbled, demonstrate, satisfaction, pounce,delay

 


Instructions and handouts were sent home on Friday, March 13th with students. These documents are also posted on the school website.  Completed assignments will need to be signed and returned when school resumes.

Potts RTI 2nd Grade.pdf
2nd Grade Vocabulary.pdf

2nd Grade Additional Resources.pdf

2nd Grade Math.pdf

 

3rd Grade

 

Along with the posted documents (The same documents were also sent home with students on 3/13), please check the 3rd Grade Facebook page for additional information and updates, daily. Completed assignments will need to be returned when school resumes. 

  

Potts RTI 3rd Grade.pdf

3rd Grade weekly homework menu & resources.pdf

3rd Grade Reading.pdf

3rd Grade Math.pdf

Potts RTI 3rd Grade.pdf

 

4th Grade

 

Packets and books were sent home with students on Friday, March 13th. Please watch for Remind APP updates daily from Mrs. Pfeifer which will include daily assignments for both Mrs. Pfeifer and Mrs. Sholder’s students. Completed assignments will need to be returned when school resumes. 

  

4th Grade Social Studies.pdf

4th Grade Science.pdf

4th Grade Reading.pdf

4th Grade Pfeifer Agenda.pdf

4th Grade Sholders Agenda.pdf

4th Grade ELA.pdf

4th Grade Math part 2.pdf

4th Grade Math Unit 3.pdf

4th Grade Math Unit 5.pdf

 

5th Grade

McCoy:Packets and instructions were sent home Friday, March 13th. Students also have a list of educational websites we use in class, with their login information. Please contact Mrs. McCoy at lmccoy@oblongschools.net with any questions. Completed assignments will need to be returned when school resumes. 

 

5th Grade Social Studies.pdf

5th Grade ELA.pdf

5th Grade Math.pdf

5th Grade Science.pdf


 

Reeder: Packets, instructions, and agendas were sent home Friday, March 13th. The assignments should be returned when school resumes.  Please check my link daily for Science slides. Please contact Ms. Reeder at kreeder@oblongschools.net with any questions.

5th Grade Science.pdf

5th Grade Social Studies.pdf

5th Grade Reeder Agenda.pdf

5th Grade ELA.pdf

5th Grade Math.pdf

Ms. Grooms:

Instructions and handouts will be passed out Monday for students to take home (k-5). This includes art, music, and pe bingo as well as a fitness name game. Completed assignments should be signed by parent or guardian and turned back in.

Junior High

Mr.Billingsley

6th Grade Billingsly Health.pdf

 

8th Grade elearning:

 

March 30- April 3

 

EARN GOLDEN TICKETS! EARN GOLDEN TICKETS! EARN GOLDEN TICKETS!

 

EARN A GOLDEN TICKET FOR EACH ASSIGNMENT YOU COMPLETE !!!!

 

Lesson 4 Producing Useful Materials pg, 98-104

 

  • Read the lesson and complete all diagrams and fill in the blanks

  • Lesson Check pg. 105 1-5

  • Math Toolbox pg. 100

  • Model it pg. 102

 

Pearson Online

 

  • Interactivity: Describe the Impact of Synthetics

  • Video: Producing Useful Materials

 

Experiment: Ask Parent's Permission first! Do the best you can to complete the lab. I think you probably have what you need to do this at home. If you don't, I don't expect you to go out and buy the supplies. Stay home and be safe!

 

HOW TO MAKE A BIOPLASTIC IN YOUR KITCHEN

 

WHAT YOU NEED

 

  • Cornstarch

  • Water

  • Vegetable Oil

  • Plastic baggie

  • Food coloring (optional)

 

WHAT TO DO

 

Step 1 - Begin by adding equal parts of cornstarch and water, about a cup of each, into your baggie.

 

Step 2 - Next, add a teaspoon of vegetable oil and a few drops of food coloring if you want.

 

Step 3 - Then, seal the baggie well. And mix, mash, and massage the baggie until everything is mixed well.

 

Step 4 -Open a corner of the baggie, so it can vent, place it on a plate, and set it in the microwave. Cook your baggie for about 25 seconds on high.

 

Step 5 - Wait about a minute or so for the baggie to cool.

 

Step 6 -Once, the baggie is cool to the touch, remove your cornstarch plastic and mold it into whatever you like!!

 

Take a pic of your creation and email it to me !!!

 

Save your creation to bring to school for a golden ticket !!

 




Mr. Blankenbaker


Ms. Boehl

Practice tracks for junior high and high school chorus have been shared on Google drive.  Solo and ensemble participants should already have cds/online tracks. Watch for Remind texts and Facebook posts for updates.

Mrs. Brummer

Junior High Students: Check your Google Classroom for assignments, announcements, and any other information. 

Mrs. Collier

 Check the Junior High Homework Site.  Follow the directions for either www.pearsonrealize.com. Website for Literature or Khanacademy.org for Grammar.

 

All assignments will need to be returned when school resumes. 

Mrs. Haberlin

 Students need to check the junior high homework site which will direct students to Google Classroom. We will go over work when school resumes.

Mr.  Nethery

Check the Junior High Homework Site. There will be videos for students to watch that will be followed up with problems from the math book. Answers to homework will be posted 2 days after the assignment is given.

Mrs. Weck

Check the Junior High Homework Site.  Students will need to go to https://www.pearsonrealize.com  and log in to their account to complete lessons and interactivities. We will go over the lessons when school resumes. 

How does hand sanitizer kill germs?
https://mysteryscience.com/mini-lessons/germs-sanitizer?loc=mini-lesson-button

Mrs. Wilson:

Junior/High School students can access their e-learning art assignments on our art website which is linked to the oblong schools website. 

Link- https://sites.google.com/a/oblongschools.net/oblong-art-department/home

Ms. Bleyer:  5th Grade band students have their instrument and books. Students should continue practicing and moving forward in the book. Junior High students have music to practice for dinner theater. Solo and ensemble students have their music to practice as well.  

High School

Mrs. Gill

  • English II- Google Classroom Resources. Follow current timeline assignments.
  • English IV- Google Classroom Resources. Follow current timeline assignments.
  • Speech- Google Classroom Resources. Follow current timeline assignments.

Mrs. Patchett

  • Biology I- Google Classroom Resources. (updated frequently) Ed Puzzle On-line.
  • Biology II- Google Classroom Resources. (updated frequently) Ed Puzzle On-line.
  • Anatomy- Google Classroom Resources. (updated frequently) Ed Puzzle On-line.
  • All notes on webpage linked from Oblongschools.net

Mrs. Dhom

  • Resource- Google Classroom Resources. Follow assignment timeline.

Mrs. McGuire

  • English I- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • English III- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)

Mr. Ireland

  • Business and Technology Concepts- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • On-line resources.

Ms. Fehrenbacher

  • Geometry- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Algebra I- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Senior Math- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)

Mrs. Brummer

  • Accounting- Office 365. Google Classroom
  • Resource Management- Office 365. Google Classroom

Mrs. Wilson

  • Art- Assignments and resources on Mrs. Wilson’s website.

Mrs. Logan

  • Physical Science- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently).
  • Chem/Phys I & II- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Current Events- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  •  Additional Resources on webpage linked from Oblongschools.net

Mr. Hasty

  • Spanish- Batch emails to all students with resources, notes, and review sheets. Skyward quizzes and vocabulary quizzes.
  • World History- Batch emails to all students with resources, notes, and review sheets.

Mr. Grubb

  • World Geography- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • American History- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • World History- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)

Mrs. Davis

  • Special Education- Assignment Packets for home delivery. Email lesson assignments.

Mr. Travis

  • Ag I, II, III, IV, & Horticulture- Email lesson assignments. On-line resources.

Mrs. Bailey

  • Calculus- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Algebra I- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Algebra II- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Geometry- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)
  • Advanced Math- Google Classroom Resources (updated frequently)

Mr. Ray

  • Physical Education- Exercise, rest, eat right, and stay healthy.

Mr. Hartke

  • Health- Google Classroom and batch email assignments.
  • Driver’s Education- Driving will be made up upon return.
  • Government- Google Classroom and batch email assignments.
  • Physical Education- Exercise, rest, eat right, and stay healthy.