• Cindy Persinger


    Hello Monroe Elementary friends and families!

    I will be here to support you in any way I can.

    One of the most important things you can do at home is create a school schedule with your child.   Here is an example schedule you could use.


    8:00 Breakfast (So much learning happens while cooking, try making meals with your kids and measure everything!)

    9:00 Math (i-Ready or classroom teacher provided lessons and resources)

    10:00 Break (go outside and run around or do a movement break indoors) 

    11:00 Reading (i-Ready or classroom teacher provided lessons and resources)

    12:00 Lunch 

    1:00 Specialist Class go to artmusiclibraryP.E. 

    2:00 Writing (Dedicate a journal to draw and/or write about daily life or whatever you want.)

    3:00 Schools over, time for normal play at home.


    Check out the links to the left of interesting web resources for more engagement ideas.


    The experts say that keeping kids on a structured routine is important.  This can help with a feeling of safety and security especially needed during these uncertain times.