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Blanchard and all MCSD schools are currently closed as a response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please continue to check the MCSD website for updates.
For the latest on school information and learning resources, please go to our school Canvas page at https://mcsd.instructure.com/courses/90732
INSTRUCTIONAL PACKET DROP-OFF DAYS:
Hello Blanchard Families,
Our packet drop-off will occur on April 30 and May 1; and May 7 and May 8 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. We will collect assignments from your child’s learning packet on Thursday, April 30 and Friday, April 24. Please separate your child’s work by subject area and place it back in the original envelope, if it is still operable at this time. In addition, please write the teacher’s name on each envelope to assist the grade level members with sorting the packets by teacher.
During this process, large bins will be located near the bus loading dock by the gym for you to drop off your packets. Please place your child’s completed learning packet in the appropriate bin based on their grade level. Your continued support and patience is greatly appreciated as we implement this new process.
Blanchard is moving on up! We have been recognized for our achievement and growth in Achieve3000 and Lexia.
Our students are working hard!
Blanchard After School Enrichment Program
The Blanchard After School Enrichment Program (BASEP) is fee based after school care provided Monday through Friday from 2:30 PM-6:00 PM. Our program is currently full for the 2019-2020 school year.
District Safety Letters
MCSD has various procedures in place for the safety of our students, families, and school personnel.
Library Learning Commons
Check us out online at https://library.muscogee.k12.ga.us/.
Find over 6,400 FREE ebooks to read while our library is closed at www.myon.com/login/index.html
a. School Name: Get Georgia Reading (type the first few letters and select from the drop-down menu)
b. Username: yourcounty (e.g. cobbcounty)
c. Password: read
Reading every day is essential for students to acquire new knowledge and experiences from books. A student who reads 20 minutes a day at home will hear approximately 1.8 million words per year. We would like for each of our students to read at least 20 minutes per day at home. Reading may be any material the student selects to read at home. It may be silent reading, reading to a parent/ relative or friend.
COVID -19 – Reliable Library Resources for Students and Parents
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LIBRARY CARD, USE THE FOLLOWING FOR LOGIN PURPOSES :
(NOTE: Some resources may request that you create an account)
To assist area students, parents and teachers, the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries has created a guide of educational resources that can be used remotely during this time.
Get Live Online Homework Help with Brainfuse. Students in grades K-12 can connect with a live tutor free of charge from 2pm – 11pm daily for assistance with Math, Science, Social Studies, English, SAT/ACT Prep and more.
Learning Express Library is an interactive online platform that features over 770 practice tests for GED ASVAB, and school entrance exams as well as basic skills improvement in reading, writing, and math for all ages. Receive immediate scoring, complete answer explanations and an analysis or your results.
GALILEO PASSWORD: kneel
Tumblebook Library an online collection of TumbleBooks – animated, talking picture books which teach children the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you.
If you do not have a valid library card, you can also sign up for an ecard to use Overdrive, rbDigital, Hoopla and other online resources.
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