Hybrid/Remote Learning

Current Remote Classes

All 7th Graders will be remote until Friday, May 21st. They will resume In Person learning on that day. Students in Mrs. Quinn's 7th Grade class were NOT exposed and will be expected for In Person learning daily.


Updated Learning Schedule
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Starting on Monday, May 17th we will be extending the school day until 1:30pm.
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Homeroom 8:15-8:30
Period 1 8:31-9:18
Period 2 9:19-10:06
Period 3  10:07-10:54
Period 4/5 10:55-11:42 Snack/Mask Break 11:43-11:53
Period 6 11:54-12:41
Period 7 12:42-1:29
Dismissal 1:30 

 

Superintendent Scarafile's Reopening Message and Plan

Click on the link below for updates on the reopening of the Little Ferry Schools

Click to Open the Reopening Video link
Click to Access the Reopening Plan


Attention Parents/Guardians of all PreK - Grade 8 students. Please click on the links below for Hybrid and Remote Instruction descriptions as well as "Frequently Asked Questions"  from the LFPS Administration...

Hybrid and Remote Learning Overview

Parent Reopening FAQ


 District Resources: Quick links to approved textbook series and programs.

Web Based Resource

Link

Studies Weekly (1-4)

https://app.studiesweekly.com/online/

Raz Kids (K-4)

https://www.raz-kids.com/

enVision 2.0 Pearson Realize (K-8)

  • Can also be linked in Google Classroom

https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/

Reflex Math (K-8)

https://www.reflexmath.com/

Study Island (2-8)

https://www.studyisland.com/login

Discovery Education (K-8)

https://www.discoveryeducation.com/

Learning.com (K-8)

https://login.learning.com/?utm_source=website_header

Social Studies (6-8)

https://www.hmhco.com/one/login/

Science Dimensions (6-8)

https://www.hmhco.com/one/login/

Sadlier Vocabulary (4-5)

https://www.sadlierconnect.com/login.html

Science A to Z (Teacher Resource for students K-5)

https://www.sciencea-z.com/

Cleaning/Sanitizing Chromebooks

For all students who take home their computers the recommended method of cleaning the surfaces and screen are as follows.
Lysol wipes are the preferred choice for the keyboard and screen.  They may leave a "haze" on the screens so you can buff the haze off with a clean microfiber cloth if necessary.  If the Lysol wipe is extremely wet, wring it out slightly before using.  Other wipes can be used, however DO NOT use any cleaners that contain bleach and DO NOT spray any cleaners directly on the keyboard or screen.


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