Stay At Home: Stay Engaged
Stay at Home: Stay Engaged
Here are some things our arts and culture community have made available for you to enjoy while you are at home. #AllTogetherSantaFe #AllTogetherSantaFeArtsandCulture #CultureConnects
Center for Contemporary Art will have virtual programming: https://www.ccasantafe.org/living-room-series
Santa Fe Children’s Museum has activities to do with kids on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/santafechildrensmuseum
And Virtual Science Videos:
Littleglobe created videos
Santa Fe Botanical Garden has put all their online classes on their website: https://santafebotanicalgarden.org/
Stay at Home: Stay Engaged with Kids
Our City Wellness Coordinator Alvin Valdez has put together some of the resources that can help parents keep their kids engaged and learning while coping with COVID school outages.
Free “Learn at Home” program includes 20 days worth of curricula. There are daily lessons for pre-k through grade 6 plus includes four separate learning experiences built around story or video. Can be completed on any device.
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Is a free online learning platform that offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized dashboard for students to learn math, science, computer programming, history, and art. It also has specialized content from NASA, MOMA, California Academy of Sciences and MIT. Daily Schedules can be followed from home.
Google “Khan Academy”
Offers free live online classes for students ages 3 to 18 via video chat. They have 10,000 plus classes covering topics in English, math,science, coding, health and wellness, art, and world languages.
An exciting challenge to students of all grade levels – from Public Schools Superintendent
Up to $25,000 in Prizes Across All Grade Levels - Santa Fe, NM: SFPS Superintendent Dr. Veronica C. Garcia today announced the “Superintendent’s Challenge,” a contest to keep the minds of SFPS students engaged in creative and constructive activities throughout the closure of schools. The challenge includes $25,000 in funds raised from private donors. CLICK HERE for an exciting video on this challenge! Students can submit entries to [bot protected email address] beginning Monday, March 23, until further notice.
Arrangements will be made for students without internet access to drop their submissions off at SFPS grab-and-go distribution sites.