Roosevelt International Middle School Covid-19 Family & Learning Resource List*

This is a collection of resources for families self-isolating and practicing social distancing during

 2020 Covid-19 Roosevelt International Middle School closure. These are resources that have been pulled together by a collection of *online sources. We will be updating this list with new information as it becomes available.  

WiFi Resources

Spectrum is offering 60 days free wifi or broadband to any family with a K-12 student who does not already have internet access at home. Call starting March 16 (877-906-9121); there is no income requirement

San Diego Unified School District

eBooks from Destiny

Students have the availability to check out eBooks from Destiny.  Public libraries are now closing, here is a place students can find solace between the pages of a book.  

Destiny Catalog

Kid-Friendly Explanations of the Coronavirus

General Recommendations

Reading

Math

Writing

Art

Science

Exercise

Multi-Subject

Coding

STEAM Videos & Live Cams

Author and Illustrator Resources

Kid-Friendly Podcasts

 

Cultural

Free Website Resources

Massive list of free websites; parents, you may want to preview these for age-appropriateness

San Diego Unified Food Services—FREE

The Food Service Dept. will be conducting a drive-thru/walk-up distribution of packaged prepared food. Children will need to be present to receive meals, and each child 18 years and younger can take one lunch and one breakfast for the next day. There will be no congregate feeding. All food will be consumed off site. Meal distribution times for all locations are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

San Diego Area Food Resources

Government Resources

*Credit to Wangenheim Middle School and Franklin  Elementary PTA: We thank all who have been generously sharing this information online for families at home with their kids during a prolonged and challenging time: Kate Messner, KidLit authors/illustrators/bloggers/librarians, Mariame Kaba, Ali Wilkinson, Dr. Jacquelyn Gill, April Jenkins Panas, local government officials, members of our Franklin school community, other PTAs, and more.