Kindergarten Registration Is happening Now! Please see web-site for further details https://www.sterlingpublicschools.org/article/223680?org=sterling
Today during his daily Coronavirus press release, Governor Pritzker announced that he is extending the date of required Remote Learning Days for all of Illinois’ PreK-12 schools minimally through April 30th.
Reminder! Please complete if you have not already done so! The district is in the process of collecting names of students that may need a device at home. Please take this brief survey if your child does not have access to a learning device. We are working to setup an iPad loaner program for those with Internet, but no device. Link to survey (only complete once). https://forms.gle/4hWciYezMQ7zifug8
Here are the written directions to access i-Ready for K-8 students. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1B3mogBldNgKBq3poJFCm279t5UmteZXtHAiOrv2vcEg/edit?usp=sharing
Please see the SPS5 e-learning parent letter at the link below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fB0qT202KGUTgHUL5K1kArzq-b6aSJ-jGI0o-5Xajaw/edit?usp=sharing
Here is a link to the parent letter I sent home earlier today. It contains lots of important information pertaining to our e-learning days starting on Tue. March 31st. #gowarriors https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U1ykTb9xHkgaYVSRWOX7lTqwnMsQZZ3o1DdTahFoIdw/edit?usp=sharing
Parents, Students can login to i-Ready at home. Here are the directions! If you have any questions, please email email@example.com K-8 students can work on math and reading lessons from home! https://youtu.be/O2uTGZHlOpE #GoWarriors
The district is in the process of collecting names of students that may need a device at home. Please take this brief survey if your child does not have access to a learning device. We are working to setup an iPad loaner program for those with Internet, but no device. https://forms.gle/W9XAHG1qeXHptERj8
Please see the link below for anyone needing Internet in their home. Comcast is offering 2 months free to those that qualify. https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19
Below is a link to a number of at home learning resources. We hope that everyone is staying safe. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iKBVatSrVm936XzUvwkADVM6vMNLaJ_uj0aLwaFnoN4/edit?usp=sharing
This is a great reminder from the World Health Organization on how to help protect yourself against the coronavirus/COVIS-19. #dothefive
Sterling Public Schools is closed through Monday, March 30th. Students and staff will return Tuesday, March 31st unless the governor extends his Executive Order. Students and staff, please stay healthy and please stay home!
Sterling Public Schools will continue to post Coronavirus/COVID-19 related updates to our website. Please click the link below to access all documents related to any cancellations and/or updates as it relates to the Coronavirus/COVID-19. https://www.sterlingpublicschools.org/o/sterling/browse/109836
On Friday, March 13th, SPS will have an emergency 1/2-day of student attendance. For more information, please click-on the link below. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IRY4pHd42EjqMEmbElLD6L7U48xu6l25o6v7XTJl9N4/edit?usp=sharing
Reminder: Friday, March 6 is a Half Day. #GoWarriors
Attention Elementary Golden Warriors! Come out and read with the SHS Basketball Teams tonight from 6pm-6:45pm at the Sterling Public Library. #GoWarriors
Celebrating the SHS Girls Volleyball Team’ State Championship today at Centennial Auditorium. Great community turnout and support. So proud of you! #GoWarriors
Please be advised that anyone attending the Volleyball Game in Bloomington on Friday or Saturday will not be allowed to bring in bags or large purses to Redbird Arena.
Attention: All students that are signed up for the YMCA day camp for Friday, 11/15/19 should bring a swimsuit, if they would like to swim.
Listening to Jaime Casap speak, the Chief Educational Officer at Google. Great quote from him, “We need to keep teaching problem-solving, critical thinking, collaboration, the ability to learn, and creativity. I hate it though when these are called “soft skills.” They are not soft skills, they are essential skills.”