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Mrs. Stice-Nevins' Class

General Education

3rd Grade Remote Learning (Updated as of 4/20/2020)

Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just like we are as teachers, remind yourself and your child(ren) that being unsure is okay-we are all learners, together, in this new situation!

We understand that work schedules of families will dictate when students can complete their assignments and it may not be a particular time of day.



  • Name: Ms. Stice

  • Communication Method: Gmail (other choices: phone, hangout, Zoom, etc.)

    • Parents may use any email. Students should only use their district provided Adams 12 email, not personal email. 

  • Update Office Hours:  Beginning Monday, April 13, I can be reached via email during the office hours listed below: 

    • Monday:  10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm - 3 pm

    • Tuesday: 10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

    • Wednesday: 10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm - 3 pm

    • Thursday: 10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm - 3 pm

    • Friday: 10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm - 3 pm

Other times can be arranged.  Please contact me directly to arrange a different time for you or your student. 


  • Classroom Updates & Classwork Location: Google Classroom 

Student Responsibilities:

  • Dedicate appropriate time to learning, as guided by the lessons provided by your teachers. 

  • Check teachers’ websites daily for updates, or have your parents help you.

  • Find a comfortable place at home where you can study and learn. 

  • Submit all assignments by the provided due dates. 

  • Communicate via email with teachers any problems you are having with assignments and/or technology, or have your parents email the teacher. 

  • Challenge yourself to learn something new every day.

  • Remember to practice digital citizenship every day.

  • Be patient and kind!

Parent Responsibilities: 

  • Commitment to all virtual/remote learning assignments. 

  • Designating a place where your child can work independently and with few distractions. 

  • Asking your child about his/her assignments to further engage them in the learning. 

  • Checking with your child to ensure assignments are completed by due dates. 

  • Reminding your child to email his/her teacher if they have any questions or need support in their learning. 

  • Emailing teachers with any questions that younger students may have. 

  • Regularly checking the district website for important information and updates