FWCS - Staff Resources

 

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

Learn more about FFCRA at the following links: 

FFCRA Poster

DOL Clarifies Exemptions to Coronavirus Paid Leave Laws

RESOURCES FOR STAFF

Staff resources can be found on the intranet. From home, you can login to our Intranet web site here

For technical support, please contact our help desk. The phone number can be found on the Help Desk Web page

Scholastic has provided permission to educators to utilize books in their library to read aloud online for students. Visit their website for their full catalog.  Scholastic Books for Online Reading
ZOOM TUTORIALS
While the District is closed, we will be utilizing Zoom as a main communication tool. Here are a few helpful tutorials to help you. You do not need an account to join a meeting, simply click on the link in your invitation email. You can however download it for free on either your computer or mobile device. 
Getting Started
How Do I Join a Meeting?
How Do I Schedule a Meeting
 
DREAMBOX RESOURCES
As our communities work to contain the coronavirus outbreak, many schools are considering contingency plans for closures and distance learning, leaving teachers and parents to wonder, “what now?” 
DreamBox is committed to ensuring that learning continues despite these challenging circumstances, so your students don’t lose the academic gains they’ve made this year. 
We want to make you aware of the resources that you have available through DreamBox to sustain learning in a remote environment.
Additional resources available for current DreamBox customers

QUESTIONS?

Message us at Let’s Talk!

IMPORTANT LINKS

Books You Can Read Online to Students

FWCS COVID-19 Webpage

Edgenuity: Who to Call

Edgenuity Introduction

Staff Resources (IntegratED)

Zoom Setup Instructions

STAY UP-TO-DATE

Please keep an eye on your Outlook email regularly! You can check your email from any device without downloading the software by visiting this Office 365.


WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

  • Don’t be afraid to discuss the coronavirus.
  • Be developmentally appropriate.
  • Take your cues from your child.
  • Deal with your own anxiety.
  • Be reassuring.
  • Focus on what you’re doing to stay safe.
  • Stick to routine.  
  • Keep talking.
Week One: 3,220 breakfasts & 3,220 lunches served on Tuesday