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Parent Choice- D6 Unveils Virtual Academy

District Six is proud to provide an option that will allow students to stay at home and receive all instruction off campus with a certified teacher. Our District Six Virtual Academy will provide students with a certified teacher through Google Classroom and various online platforms! Registration deadline is July 29th.
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Roadmap to Reopening - Preliminary Plans for District Six

As parents, we know you probably have many questions regarding the upcoming school year. District Six would like to keep you informed as we develop our Roadmap to Reopening. It is our goal to provide parents with choices they believe best suit their child and family, while adhering to safety guidelines provided by public health officials. We look forward to offering our students the education, support, and opportunities they deserve. As always, thank you for your support.
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New 4K student registration

Parents of children turning Four-Years old by September 1st, go to www.spart6.org, click on Parents and Students, and 4K Screening to complete an application.

If you need help with your application, or don’t have access to the internet, you may come to the Child Development Center May 5th & 12th, from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM, and May 7th & 14th from 2:00 PM-6:PM. Call 864-595-2424 or 864-576-4886 with any questions.

Padres de niños que cumplan Cuatro-Años antes o el 1ero. de Septiembre, visite www.spart6.org, haga clic en Padres y Estudiantes, y en 4K Screening para completar una solicitud.
Si necesita ayuda con su solicitud, o no tiene acceso a internet, puede venir al Child Development Center el 5 y 12 de Mayo, de 9:00 a.m. a 1:00 p.m., y el 7 y 14 de Mayo de 2:00 PM-6:00 PM. Llame al 864-595-2424 o al 864-576-4886 con cualquier pregunta.
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Occupational Therapy Summer Activities

Summertime is fast approaching & here are some fun & practical activities that your child can do with you, their friends or siblings during their summer break every week! If done consistently, these activities should help your child retain the skills that they have worked so hard on in Occupational Therapy this year.

· Complete craft projects especially tasks that include cutting, coloring, pasting, painting, building, or drawing

· Let your child help with chores every week-put laundry in or take out of washer/dryer, matching/sorting socks, fold pillowcases, washcloths, and towels in half, make up the bed, put up groceries & laundry, vacuum, empty trash cans, water plants, or pick up litter in the neighborhood

· Help cook with adult supervision-spread butter, make a sandwich, tear lettuce & soft foods in half, pour ingredients, open & close jars, peel fruit, knead dough, help put ingredients on a pizza, and/or make a bowl of cereal

· Let child use sidewalk chalk to draw pictures/letters/shapes/numbers on the driveway

· Use paint, markers, crayons, pens, and pencils to practice writing numbers/shapes/letters on paper

· Put shave cream, sand, or rice on a baking sheet & have child practice writing letters on the pan

· Play card games (Uno, Phase 10 for kids, Old Maid, Go Fish)

· Have a dancing contest or play Simon Says

· Play Legos or board games, and play with puzzles

· Go to the park, swimming, or hiking

· Water play using water blasters, water balloons, or squirt bottles

· Play catch, football, frisbee, or volleyball

· Use play doh to make letters, shapes, or objects

Feel free to switch it up, be creative, and let your child choose activities. Most of all, have a fun and awesome summer!!
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