Education in a Box
CHRISTIAN LIFE SCHOOL PROVIDING FREE “EDUCATION IN A BOX” FOR ANY K4-6TH GRADERS TO CONTINUE EDUCATION DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
March 22, 2020 – In light of the state-wide mandate of all public and private schools to close during the Covid-19 pandemic until further notice, Christian Life School (CLS) has created curriculum for any K4-6th graders looking to continue their education through the 4th quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. Deeming it “Education in a Box,” new content for core learning subjects will be uploaded each week and is a free, organized resource to assist parents in their homeschooling efforts.
Content can be found at www.kclsed.org/elearning. Starting the week of March 23rd there will be lesson plans for Tuesday and Thursday and starting March 30th, lessons will be available for all five school days each week. The program is grade-specific and is available for K4-6th grade and includes resources for all the major subjects along with some of our extension programs – music, art, phy ed. It will include a suggested daily schedule as well as links to resources, pdfs and worksheets for students to download and use through their home internet connection and a computer.
“One of the key values at Christian Life School is service, and this is a great chance for us to serve the community around us and provide something that is greatly needed” states Dr. Jeff Bogaczyk, Head of School. “We have a great opportunity to help out families during this time of crisis and uncertainty and provide much needed educational resources, particularly a grade-specific plan for their students that they can use at home and continue the education process for their student’s success and educational growth.”
Parents can sign up for weekly email reminders for new content by visiting the CLS eLearning website: www.kclsed.org/elearning. For more information call or email Megan Wells, Marketing Director.