• PLEASE READ/Updated 3/24/20

    School Closure Information/Online Learning

    Students check your school email: gmail

    first name.last name@students.marlboroschools.org

    Kids know their passwords! or email me to give it to you.

    This is the best way for me to communicate with all students.

    Check Google Classrooms daily for assignments.

    Contact me with any questions jemma.greiner@marlboroschools.org

     

    As we navigate through this new experience, we ask for your patience and understanding. At this time, my students can continue their math learning by accessing a ZEARN math learning account. I sent this to your child's school gmail account on 3/23/20.

    The letters that were posted regarding 4th grade work were created BEFORE we were certain of school closures. As far as math instruction, all materials are available online at https://www.engageny.org/resource/grade-4-mathematics-module-5 . You can begin on Module 5 Topic A and do 1 lesson each day. YOUR MATH BOOKS ARE NOT REQUIRED.  Each lessons practice and homework pages are also at engageny. You DO NOT need to print them! You can just write answers on any paper you have at home. We understand everyone has different access to technology and printers. Youtube has many helpful videos for these lessons. Once to search on youtube is Duane Habecker.

    We are just putting into place a "best effort" to aid your child in continuing his/her learning at home. Prodigy is another wonderful resource that can be used at home. We understand that this is not the ideal situation and we are all taking things in stride day by day as new information becomes available to us.

    Please continue to check the district webisite, MES home page and my website. As always, if/when questions arise please contact me and I will address them as quickly as possible. 

    Most importantly, practice social distancing and stay healthy! Be sure to get outside and get some fresh air and Vitamin D. We very much look forward to getting back to our regular routines and teaching your children.

    Best,

    Mrs. Greiner (Math Teacher FOR Greiner, Barley and McInerney)