Along with the planned learning curriculum, we have included additional resources below.
 
Don't forget to play, draw, exercise, cook, play board games, have fun, and do things your kids enjoy!
It's so important in these stressful times.
    

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Please find information from WCPSS at the following links:

Traditional Remote Learning Calendar for 2020-2021

WCPSS information on Remote Learning

Expectations and Guidelines for Students and Families in Remote Learning

Remote Learning Feedback Practices Grades K-5

  

 

Check the WCPSS homepage  and WCPSS Coronavirus FAQs periodically for updates.

Follow WCPSS on Facebook (Wake County Public School System) or Twitter (@WCPSS). 

 
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From MPES Teachers: To access Wake County student portals, students can log in at wakeid.wcpss.net ​using their Student ID/Lunch ID (Select Student, then use Student ID for username and password). The portal contains several apps that the children use regularly in the classroom.
 

From Student Support Services: The Student Support Services team at Mills Park Elementary includes the counselors, psychologists and social worker.  Please take a few minutes to meet the team using this video link.  Parent resources can be found on our Weebly Website and student activities can be found on our google sites:  Mrs. Miller's Counseling Corner and Mrs. Stavrakakis' Counseling Corner.   

Ways to meet with the school counselors:  

  • Parents:  Please either call or email the school counselors, contact information is on our Weebly.  
  • Students: Google Meet Office Hours for students to drop in (starting the week of Sept. 21st):  
    • Mrs. Miller: Monday’s 3:00 – 3:45. Meet codes will be shared via Google Classrooms.  
    • Mrs. Stavrakakis: Monday’s 8:30 - 9:00; Thursday’s 12:30 - 1:00. Meet codes will be shared via Google Classrooms.  
    • Students can email to counselors using their Wake County student email addresses.  

We are looking forward to a fabulous year!

 
Wake County Public Libraries (click here): Online Resources Available from Wake County Public Libraries - Audiobooks and eBooks. Online storytimes. Magazines. Video on demand. These online resources (and more!) are available now from Wake County Public Libraries--even while the physical locations are closed.
  
Khan Academy (click here): Daily schedules in a variety of subjects to keep kids learning 
 
 
Scholastic (click here): Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning and activities
 
Virtual Tour of Famous Museums (click here): Pretend to travel the world..Go on a virtual tour of these 12 famous museums