The Teacher Center contains information and links that Gracemont teachers and substitutes can
use that help provide information on teaching and assignment ideas.
Please notify Debra Edwards if any of the links do not work or you have
something that you would like to have added onto this page.
There is a submission form at the bottom.
Here is where you can view, submit, and edit your students grades.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our lives, OLC has heard from K-12 educators that resources are needed to support the transition to remote learning. As a means of assisting our community with the task of preparing for an effective remote learning environment, we’ve been compiling a list of helpful tools and resources.
Save time prepping for class with Study.com's free lesson plans! Print our templates to use as-is or adjust them based on the needs of your students. Study.com's lesson plans are created by experienced teachers, cover key curriculum standards, and include fun activities.
Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages in over 45 languages. Join millions of students and teachers in over 180 countries starting with an Hour of Code. Fun exciting games keep kids entertained and help develop coding skills.
Hundreds of free engaging and fun worksheets! Included with coloring pages and math printables for quick last minute assignments, very helpful to substitutes!
Finding a teacher guide for Internet safety for various age groups can be difficult, but we've collected all of the information you need. Read on to find out where to find free Internet safety guides, safety videos and Internet safety activity ideas for your classroom.
Need school supplies or extra goodies for your classroom? We've got you covered, check out this site which features all sorts of products ranging from decorations, crafts, and needed supplies for students and teachers.
Educators around the world are facing unprecedented challenges trying to transition from in-person teaching to a new online classrooms. We already knew that teachers have one of the most important jobs in the world, but now they have one of the most difficult, too. We want to say “thank you” from the bottom of our hearts to every staff member, in every school, who is continuing to educate, feed, and help keep students safe during these challenging times. Without you in the world, success would not thrive, especially without your dedication, hard work, passion, and humor, and we are so proud to have you a part of our small community.
Thanks for all you do!
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