Secondary Daily Schedule

  • Structure Learning for Students in Grades 7-12 During Closure

    Use the tools from Secondary Resources to structure learning opportunities for students in grades 7-12 every weekday during our closure.

    Download a printer-friendly version of the Secondary Learning Opportunities Schedule (PDF).

    Monday

    • Literacy Development: Complete one lesson from the English Language Arts or Multiple Subject Area sections.
    • Reading: Read articles or a book of choice for 30 minutes. Find an assortment of books, poetry, and articles on Actively Learn.
    • Math: Complete one math lesson and/or play a math game every day.
    • Science: Complete at least one science task.
    • Physical Education: Move for at least 30 minutes. Take a walk, do yoga, or try a lesson.
    • Art: Complete a music lesson.
    • Career & Technical Education (CTE): Complete at least one CTE task.
    • Band/Orchestra Students: Practice your instrument and complete a lesson from MusicTheory.net or the Music Arts Toolkit.
    • World Language Students: Pick anything from the World Language resources or work on what your teacher has assigned you and practice for at least 30 minutes.

    Tuesday

    • Literacy Development: Complete one lesson from the English Language Arts or Multiple Subject Area sections.
    • Reading: Read articles or a book of choice for 30 minutes. Find an assortment of books, poetry, and articles on Actively Learn.
    • Math: Complete one math lesson and/or play a math game.
    • Social Studies: Read an article from Discovery Education, Docs Teach, or PBS. Complete a lesson from Teaching Tolerance or Big History. Visit an exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
    • Physical Education: Move for at least 30 minutes. Take a walk, do yoga, or try a lesson.
    • Art: Work on an art lesson.
    • Career & Technical Education (CTE): Complete at least one CTE task.
    • Band/Orchestra Students: Practice your instrument.
    • World Language Students: Pick anything from the World Language resources or work on what your teacher has assigned you and practice for at least 30 minutes.

    Wednesday

    • Literacy Development: Complete one lesson from the English Language Arts or Multiple Subject Area sections.
    • Reading: Read articles or a book of choice for 30 minutes. Find an assortment of books, poetry, and articles on Actively Learn.
    • Math: Complete one math lesson and/or play a math game.
    • Science: Complete at least one science task.
    • Physical Education: Move for at least 30 minutes. Take a walk, do yoga, or try a lesson.
    • Art: Complete a music lesson.
    • Career & Technical Education (CTE): Complete at least one CTE task.
    • Band/Orchestra Students: Practice your instrument and complete a lesson from MusicTheory.net or the Music Arts Toolkit.
    • World Language Students: Pick anything from the World Language resources or work on what your teacher has assigned you and practice for at least 30 minutes.

    Thursday

    • Literacy Development: Complete one lesson from the English Language Arts or Multiple Subject Area sections.
    • Reading: Read articles or a book of choice for 30 minutes. Find an assortment of books, poetry, and articles on Actively Learn.
    • Math: Complete one math lesson and/or play a math game.
    • Social Studies: Read an article from Discovery EducationDocs Teach, or PBS. Complete a lesson from Teaching Tolerance or Big History. Visit an exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
    • Physical Education: Move for at least 30 minutes. Take a walk, do yoga, or try a lesson.
    • Art: Work on an art lesson.
    • Career & Technical Education (CTE): Complete at least one CTE task.
    • Band/Orchestra Students: Practice your instrument.
    • World Language Students: Pick anything from the World Language resources or work on what your teacher has assigned you and practice for at least 30 minutes.

    Friday

    • Literacy Development: Complete one lesson from the Reading & Writing or Multiple Subject Area sections.
    • Reading: Read articles or a book of choice for 30 minutes. Find an assortment of books, poetry, and articles on Actively Learn.
    • Math: Complete one math lesson and/or play a math game.
    • Science: Complete at least one science task.
    • Social Studies: Read an article from Discovery EducationDocs Teach, or PBS. Complete a lesson from Teaching Tolerance or Big History. Visit an exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
    • Physical Education: Move for at least 30 minutes. Take a walk, do yoga, or try a lesson.
    • Art: Work on an art lesson.
    • Band/Orchestra Students: Practice your instrument.
    • World Language Students: Pick anything from the World Language resources or work on what your teacher has assigned you and practice for at least 30 minutes.
Last Modified on March 20, 2020