Weekly Learning Plans

  • UPDATE: April 6th, 2020 We have been working hard to create a schedule and define expectations as you prepare to re-engage in new learning starting on April 13th. Please read our WHAT CAN STUDENTS AND PARENTS EXPECT DOCUMENT carefully and discuss it as a family. While these are new and uncharted times for your education, we as a staff are committed to providing an equitable, rich learning experience to the best of our abilities at this moment.

    MIHS Schedule April 13th

    MIHS is utililtzing Schoology to deliver weekly learning plans.  Please login to schoology at https://misd.schoology.com to go to your teachers course for this week's lesson. Parents can login to Schoology at https://app.schoology.com/login

    MIHS Learning Plans


    Additional Online Learning Activities and Resources are available below

    MIHS Online Educational Activities

    During school closure, we are encouraging families to access the resource groups and activities that our staff created in Schoology. If you need any support with these tools please email us as a team at hs.techs@mercerislandschools.org

    All MIHS students will be enrolled in a course: MIHS Supplemental Activities Spring 2020 (image below) with a variety of options created by MIHS teachers. Some activities are self-directed (SAT Prep) and some are monitored by a teacher (MOS Certification Training).  As new activity units are added to the course, updates will be posted for students.  Both students and families should review their NOTIFICATION settings in their Schoology account to ensure they get email/text messages about the course activities they want.

    Family Accounts are active if you would like to view course mateials.
    Family URL for Schoology: https://app.schoology.com/login
    To set the password: Use the "Forgot Password" option.
    Enter the email address used in MISD SKYWARD.
    You will be emailed a link to set your password.

    Note: Students will continue to use the following URL:  http://misd.schoology.com/ 

    Supp Schoology Image

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Offline Time is Important - Remember To

    • Read every day: read for at least 20 minutes. Keep a reading log to track & celebrate!

    • Write every day: keep a journal, write letters, create stories, make cartoons, write a thank you note to a family member, friend, or teacher.

    • Exercise regularly: go for a walk together, jump, run, stretch.

    • Create art often: draw, paint, sculpt, build, arrange items beautifully.

    • Make music: sing along to your favorite songs, practice an instrument, make a playlist for friends.

    • Practice a new language: try to label items around your house in a new language, practice greetings and asking questions.

    • Talk: build oral language skills and social-emotional connections just by talking together about what you are doing, books you have read, what you notice around you, and how you are feeling.

    • Play: exercise your imagination, engage your family and laugh!