Home Learning Resources

Last updated on June 12, 2020

During this time, students and teachers are encouraged to collaborate on remote instruction and online learning opportunities. If possible, we encourage students and parents to check email frequently to maintain the school/family relationship during this time of extended closure.

Below is a list of resources to support students with at-home learning and remote instruction (organized by grade level/building as well as content area). Each teacher and grade level will be different, however we compiled this general webpage to outline some of the digital learning resources our teachers and students are using.

K-5

Educational Plan for K-5 Students/Parents – this document includes:

  • how much time per day students should be engaged in learning
  • how you can engage your child in learning activities while at home
  • student expectations
  • information about grading

Plan educativo de aprendizaje en español

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Elementary students were sent home with schoolwork. If you need to pick up copies of student work, please contact the MCSES main office and make an appointment to pick it up (518-828-4360, ext. 1112).

If your student is engaging in online learning, please review this information about being a responsible digital citizen with your child.

K-Grade 2

This document contains links and information for K-2 online learning and enrichment opportunities. (Tip: Use CTRL + F on your keyboard to find or search for a name.)

Grades 3-5

This document contains links and information for Grades 3-5 online learning and enrichment opportunities. (Tip: Use CTRL + F on your keyboard to find or search for a name.)

K-5 Resources by Subject

  • GregTangMath.com – free K-5 math resources
  • Mystery Science – free popular science lessons and activities that align with current standards (organized by grade level)

Grades 6-8

Online Learning Expectations for Students/Parents – this document includes:

  • how much time per week JHS students should be engaged in each class
  • what you can do to engage in online learning
  • student expectations
  • information about grading

Plan educativo de aprendizaje en español

বাংলা শিক্ষার পরিকল্পনা

Learn about being a responsible digital citizen.

This document outlines how junior high school teachers will be providing at-home learning opportunities for students. Some teachers provided packets and workbooks, and many teachers will utilize Google Classroom to connect with their students. (Tip: Use CTRL + F on your keyboard to find or search for a name.)

Grades 9-12

Online Learning Expectations for Students/Parents – this document includes:

  • how much time per week HHS students should be engaged in each class
  • what you can do to engage in online learning
  • an example student schedule to help you manage your time
  • student expectations
  • information about grading

Plan educativo de aprendizaje en español

বাংলা শিক্ষার পরিকল্পনা

Learn about being a responsible digital citizen.

If you have questions, please contact the teacher. Contact information is in the Staff Directory.

Library Resources

Updated 6/12/2020 – Click here for educational links and resources curated by HHS librarian, Ms. Roehr. It includes materials for all grades and subjects. Click here for links to our school libraries.

If you need assistance, please contact Ms. Roehr at roehrj@hudsoncsd.org

Google Resources

Click here for the Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom and Google Meet.

This Google Folder contains information about how to use many Google features such as Gmail, Google Drive, Google Hangouts and Google Meet.

Google Classroom Tutorial Videos: 
English I Spanish I Wolof

Google Classroom Guide for Parents in Multiple Languages: 
Albanian I Arabic I Bengali I Chinese I English I French I Haitian-Creole I Russian I Spanish I Korean I Urdu

From NYSTESOL:
A recorded webinar for Spanish-speaking parents on how to use Google tools.

Other Educational Resources

Mental Health & Wellness

Need Help?

Contact your/your child’s teacher directly with questions. Contact information is in the Staff Directory.

If you need technical assistance, please contact helpdesk@hudsoncsd.org. Tech support will be available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and will respond as soon as they are able. Please allow time for a response as they may be experiencing a larger volume of messages than usual.

If you need any of the above resources in a different format, please send an email to communications@hudsoncsd.org for assistance.