Distance Learning Resources

Schroeder Mustangs,
This page will provide you with resources your child can use for Distance Learning. Students can access all the district's apps through Class Link.  This is a single sign-on and students shouldn't have to sign on to each individual app once in classlink.

Classlink  - https://launchpad.classlink.com/westminster 

Login – lunch#

Password – wsdlunch#

Here is a link to help you set-up classlink if you are having problems: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ONQ-10vM0MY_1SHFrBAJJQfrUee8D2cEDulF1H7y5qI/edit?usp=sharing


Google account

Login - Lunch#@wsdoc.me

Password – lunch#wsd (unless student has changed it)


Accessing Wonders/McGraw-Hill



Accessing My Math




AR (Accelerated Reader) - Students can take tests at home. After students sign-in to classlink have them choose the Renaissance Learning App. Students can also go to this link: https://hosted101.renlearn.com/273741/
Username: Lunch #
Password: student initials
If you get an error message of: "ClassLink Browser Extension not installed or enabled" please click on install and it should work.
Email Mrs. Hernandez (chernandez@wsdk8.us) if your child doesn't remember the password.
ALEKS - (3rd-6th grades): Access through classlink.
Khan Academy (Math lessons):  https://www.khanacademy.org/
ABC Mouse: www.abcmouse.com/redeem - School code is school1446 - Preschool-2nd grades
Adventure Academy: www.adventureacademy.com/redeem - school code is school1446 - 3rd-8th grades
ReadingIQ: www.readingIQ.com/redeem - school code is school 1446 - preschool-6th grades
Log-in: cfschroeder
password: mustangs
READ - Download /check-out books from soraapp.com (download the app at the app store or google play)
Set-up code: westminstersdca
username: lunch#
password: last name

Passion Project/Genius Hour - Have your child research something they are really interested in - it could be about science or history...a question they've always had...the ideas are endless. 

This article contains easy steps to get started!



Social Studies - Have your child learn more about history - Here is a link to the standards by grade level: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf

Movement, Songs and Brain Breaks:
More links:
Enrichment Activities - Below are some ideas to do during this "school at home" time:
  • Take Virtual Field Trips - Just google and there are many!  Museums, zoos, 7 Wonders of the World, etc

  • Write Letters to friends and family and mail them!  Write letters to seniors in retirement homes since they can't have visitors right now - mail them!

  • Learn a 2nd language - lots of apps available for you to try! Sign Language is a good one to learn!

  • Have students cook with you - teach them about fractions, reading a recipe, following directions, etc.
  • Learn the basics to run a household - budget, wash clothes, take care of the lawn, balance the checkbook, etc.

Create a Schedule - this will help with everyone's mental health! :)  Your child shouldn't be doing 6-7 hours of academic work.  Break up the learning with a variety of activities to help them focus.

Here is a basic schedule - adapt as fits your family! It will look differently for younger students vs older students.

Wake-up - 9AM - breakfast, silent reading, write in journal

9AM-10AM - chores, make bed, brush teeth, get dressed

10:00-10:45 - outside time/PE Activities - walks, bikes, jumprope, chalk, just dance, gonoodle

10:45-11:45 - Learning Time - math activities, writing, reading activities

11:45-12:15 - Digital Learning Time - lots of choices - go to our website for ideas:

12:15-1:00 - Lunch - help make lunch, set the table, clear the table

1:00-2:00 - Quiet Time - Read to self, play in bedroom, nap

2:00-3:00 - Arts and Crafts/Genius Hour - Make cards, color, work on Passion Project

    Art website: https://www.artforkidshub.com/

3:00 – 4:15 - Learning Time – social studies, science, ST Math, ALEKS (3rd-6th), more reading and math

4:15-5:00 - Outside Time/PE Activities

5:00-6:00 - Board games; activities with family (a great time to do the playing card games)

6:00-7:00- Dinner - help prepare, set table, clear table

7:00-8:00 - Free Time - ipad/device, TV

​8:00-9:00 - Get ready for bed

Ideas to change up the days:

*Glam Time - pedicures/manicures - practice hair styles

*Bake/Cook with family

*Movie Night

*Gardening - plant flowers, mow the lawn