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Students and Parents,
During our time away from school, please click on the above picture to continue to the MASD Elementary Learning at Home Site.
If you are having trouble using the link above, try again here:
Please stay safe and healthy. Thank you for your cooperation, and please email me if you have any questions or concerns. 
Thank you, Mrs. Yatsky


From Mrs. Reisinger

A message from Mrs. Reisinger for reading intervention students: 

I miss seeing each of you and Mrs. Holford feels the same way. We hope that you are healthy and having fun while you’re at home. You have worked so hard this year to grow your reading and we don’t want to lose that progress! I have posted several resources on my website for you to use during our time off. Please visit my webpage for a variety of resources to keep you engaged. We are both available via email if you would need any assistance or have any questions. 



Seesaw and Other Resources

This content was sent in a email dated 3-18-20:

I wanted to share some news with you about how your child can use Seesaw and other resources to continue learning and sharing at home while we are away from school.


Normally, students are not able to login to their Seesaw journals from home, but with the new “Home Learning Codes”, students will now have the ability to see my posts, complete activities, and share their own at-home learning adventures. Here’s what you’ll need to do to get started.

Students can go to on a computer or get their parents to install the Seesaw Class app ( and login with their Google account, just as they do in school.

Your child will see all of his/her work as well as anything that I’ve posted to the entire class. They can complete Activities, post pictures, videos, drawings, etc. to share things they are doing to keep their brains active at home. 

Also, if you have more than one child sharing a device, they’ll each have to use their own code or log in, signing out of their own class before handing the device off to a sibling.

This video does a great job of explaining all of this in student-friendly language. Feel free to watch this with your child:

Starting tomorrow, 3/19/20,  I will begin using Seesaw to continue 4-Yatsky's read aloud of the book, “Gone Fishing” as a way to connect with students.

Storyworks Magazine:

In my email dated 3-18-20, I shared our class code to access Storyworks online at

Google Classrooms:

Students will be able to access the Google Classroom in the same manner they do in school.  Students should go to and login with their login.  This afternoon, I posted a class chat for students to have a way to converse with me and their peers while we are away from school.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if you are struggling with any of the resources.  Please keep in mind that I am learning as we go along. 

Thank you!

Mrs. Yatsky


If you would like to use Google Classroom to check in on each other and see what everyone is up to, please use our Google Classroom at and login with their login.  This is where we can continue our conversations with each other while we are away from school. 
Thank you,
Mrs. Yatsky