By Annie Rigby
Teachers from Daisy Elementary School post videos and read books to the students. First grade teacher Whitney Wright-Pierce read The Dinky Donkey and Victoria Long, child development teacher, read Round as a Mooncake which describes shapes. Students have posted replies to the reading videos thanking them for reading to them and how much they enjoyed the stories.
A message from Daisy Elementary School to the students, “Hello Daisy Families, first we want you to know how much we miss and love our students.
We also appreciate all you are doing to get work submitted. We encourage you to use any electronic method available to submit completed student assignments to teachers. The completed assignments may be submitted to teachers through email attachments, photos or uploads to Google Classroom. You can also use Notes on your iPad or iPhone.
Especially to the students who are CD-2 without a google classroom, the Notes App can be used to scan any work to your teachers as another option. Open a new note, press the camera button, the option to scan will pop up. Make sure you are using the iCloud Notes to scan.
If you do not have an electronic means to submit assignments, you may deliver your child’s completed work to Daisy on any Friday. No work will be turned in during Spring Break and April 10th and 17th will not be drop off days. We will continue to observe Spring Break as normal.
Drop off times are: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. each Friday. Drive through the car rider line, locate the bin labeled with your child’s teacher’s name and place your child’s work in the box. Don’t forget to put the child’s name on the work.
This process will continue for the entirety of the extended school closure that is currently in effect.
Also, we are here to assist you in any way possible. If you need us, please contact us. There are links to our emails on the Daisy Web Page at www.horrycountyschools.net. Stay safe, wash your hands and practice social distancing.