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Ms. Crumpley - ELA

Course Description

Amplify CKLA is the reading curriculum chosen by Phoenix Community Learning Center.  Amplify CKLA is based on a whole group/small group daily participation plan. Whole group learning opportunities occur daily with the introduction of key focus points.  The students will then practice these key focus points during the small groups (break-out centers) learning model.  Students will work independently, with the teacher to experience multiple learning opportunities to master skills that align with Ohio Common Core Standards.  Virtual learning and technology are incorporated daily with several school's approved, research-based online programs such as ZOOM, Near Pod, and Study Island. 

Amplify CKLA also connects to our science and social studies curriculums by using non-fiction, informational texts with topics that allow students to make connections to the real world. 

Students will have homework DAILY. 

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Fall Break Information

Dear PCLC Family,


It is hard to believe that Fall Break 2020 is here. The school year is flying by. We would like to take the time to wish you and your family a happy holiday season. During the Fall Break, we will be closed from November 24th to November 30th.


We are sending home a homework packet and virtual assignments for your child to complete and return on November 30th 2020. The purpose of this packet is to help students maintain skills and strategies learned so far this year. We will be giving this packet a project grade score, so it is important for the student to complete the packet/assignments during the Fall Break. We have selected close reading skills and math skills that will make your child successful. Math and reading will be heavily tested areas during achievement testing. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.



Happy Holidays,





Ms. Crumpley


Fourth Grade Team