Distance Learning Resources

We know that Distance Learning can bring challenges for both students and parents.  Below you'll find a variety of resources that we hope you find helpful.  students with books and on computersChromebook sign up!- After completing this form, please email Mrs.Paratore to make arrangements for pick up.  Thank you!
CVUSD Suggested Activites for Distance Learning -   This resource contains a wide variety of information: from on-line district wide programs, virtual field trips, and family support info to PE, nature and character trait activities. 
 What is the Corona Virus?  This printable resource tells the story of the corona virus in kid friendly terms and engaging illustrations and how they can help stop the spread of it.  In addition, this online flip book corona virus story offers information in easy terms and helpful illustrations.
Here is another really helpful, printable book about Covid for kids. It's available in 25 different languages!  Check it out here.
4-10-2020   -Friday Flag Fun!


All Kindergarten

Kindergarten is Great


All First Grade

First Grade Website


Susan August -  Room15 Google Classrom

Gacherieu / Pratte - Room 13 Google Classroom

Sarah Winding- P2 Google Classroom


Linda Crater -

Mallory Fesmire - Room 27 Website

                                       Room 27 Google Classroom

Madeline Goett -


Michelle Grier -  Room 22 Google Classrom

Jessica LaBang -  Room 23 Website

4th/ 5th - Hosseini -


Anna Brazil - Sharks and Ducks Google Classroom

Natalie Howe - Shark and Ducks Google Classroom


Lynne Foy-Couche  - Science Website


Arturo Cerda - Sanity Center


Heidi Dahms and Carina Zamora 

Instrumental Music Sheets


Grace Tam -  Mrs.Tam's Speech Room

  • I'm having difficulty getting my child to sit down and do their work.. Do you have any resources to support?
Yes! As you are home working with your child, you may be facing challenges around behavior and motivating them to follow a schedule and/or get work done. Our district behavior team has created some resources for you to use and reference. Here is a flier that has basic information and a link on it to access a google padlet. On the padlet are multiple activities that you can do with your child, as well as resources, ideas and coaching on implementing behavior support systems. The team will continue to add to it as time goes on. If you cannot access the link via the flier try clicking below: https://padlet.com/jsinhbandith/jso7srchmw7
  • My Kids are missing and/or worried about their friends. How do we help them?
We suggest using Google hangouts to set-up some chat time.
  • I'm worried about my financial situation because I, or someone in my family, just lost their job. Do you have any resources to support finding work?
At INDY, we make an attempt to serve the whole child. This means that we understand that learning can't happen if basic needs aren't met. Therefore, we're trying our hardest to find resources to support you if you're in this situation. Check out this list of 1575 Remote Jobs From 100+ Companies Hiring Remotely right now: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1M-8J7z605dcPhUjYfyiKVxuci0e4AWsDLo_tvs19C5M/htmlview?urp=gmail_link. You can all contact the United Way's Community Economic Relief Fund for assistance with bills, rent, and food by calling 1-866-211-9966 and providing your zip code.
  • I'm working a full time job and have multiple kids. I can't keep up with all the work that my teacher is sending. What can I do?
Reach out to your classroom teacher. Our focus during this time is to first and foremost make sure that families are supported. These are stressful times for everyone, and while it's important to ensure students keep up with their education, we can adjust based on your unique circumstances.
At this link, you can find online virtual tours, ELA practice, Math practice, Science, Music/Art,
Movement, Games, and so many more. Take some time to look
through here if you need extra resources and see what works for you.
teacher reading in a chair to children on a rug
Mrs. Paratore loves to read and has created
some read aloud videos for students to enjoy.

Calling all students and teachers!

We believe that stressful times like the COVID-19 outbreak are precisely when people need wellness practices the most, and we are committed to doing our part to help out.

In response to the many school closures taking place, we have made all of our apps completely free until July 1st for all students and teachers (K-12 and college) so that they can have access to wellness at home through the end of the semester.  Click on the link below to check  it out.