High School Remote Learning
New Schedule Change!
Rise Prep High Students: Your new schedule has been emailed out. The schedule change will be in effect starting Monday, October 26th! Reach out to your advisor for questions.
Fall Learning Plan
Rise Prep has created a Fall Remote Learning Plan with Information and FAQ’s to help students begin the year. The first day of school will be Tuesday, September 15th 2020
All required assignments can be found in google classroom.
Students with related services and specialized programs will be contacted by their student's providers individually.
Hoopla and Libby - Free Digital Library Audio Books - These free library lending apps/websites allow you to borrow several books for up to a month. You can access them through your Chromebook or download the app to your phone, tablet, etc. All you need is your library card, the number on the back of the card, and your pin. You can call your local library for assistance if you don't know any of these things.
Grammar Bytes! - This grammar website contains lessons and exercises (both online and printable worksheets) that are presented in a fun format with explanations for wrong answers (if they should happen).
The New York Times: The Learning Network - Writing prompts, articles and questions, and quizzes and crosswords
NewsELA - Learning materials on current events
ReadWorks - ELA - Reading comprehension activities for Kindergarten to 12th Grade
PBS Nova- Online resource allows students to view science shows on a variety of topics
National Science Digital Library -Extensive STEAM library with resources for students
Discovery - mindblown -From Discovery Channel - inspires students to ask questions about what they know and ask big questions about the world around us
Brain Pop - Animated Educational Site for Students in the areas of Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts & Music, Health, and Technology.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE | PBS LearningMedia - The award-winning PBS series from WGBH Boston, brings to life the incredible characters and epic stories that have shaped America's past and present. Discover this country's rich history in this collection of media-based resources from the series.
HistoryView Virtual Tour -Interactive tours of museums, art galleries, national parks, historic sites, and more
Newsela - Learning materials on current events ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, SpEd, ELL, Foreign Language
iCivics - iCivics offers free, engaging civics content, including lesson plans and games for students to play digitally, content about media literacy, and Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. Government and Politics prep.
Quick Links for Math Practice:
Games to practice math facts from the link, open the document for a whole bunch of games
Practice problems created by Fawn Nguyen - just click on the grade level you would like to practice
Open Middle problems - choose your grade level and topic for a problem to try
Brain Teasers from Math=Love blog
More math puzzles and games from Math Pickle
Free Math Worksheets from Kids Smart Education
ExploreLearning Gizmos - World’s largest library of math and science simulations
Tinkercad - Free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding used to imagine, design, and make anything
Code.org - One-hour coding tutorials
Quizzizz - Free self-paced quizzes to review, assess, and engage
Prodigy - Prodigy is a free, adaptive math game that integrates common-core math (grades 1-7) into a fantasy style game that students love playing.
Extramath- Free site to practice basic operations