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Mrs. Haviland's Class

General Education


Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our overarching goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just like we are as teachers, remind yourself and your child(ren) that being unsure is okay-we are all learners, together, in this new situation!


  • Name: Ms. Haviland

  • Communication Method: ClassDojo and Gmail

    • Parents may use any email. Students should only use their district provided Adams 12 email, not personal email. 

  • Office Hours:  Beginning Wednesday, April 1st, I can be reached via ClassDojo during the office hours listed below: 

    • Monday:  9 am - 10 am & 1 pm - 2 pm

    • Tuesday: 9 am - 10 am & 1 pm - 2 pm

    • Wednesday: 9 am - 10 am & 1 pm - 2 pm

    • Thursday: 9 am - 10 am & 1 pm - 2 pm

    • Friday: 9 am - 10 am & 1 pm - 2 pm


  • Classroom Updates & Classwork Location: ClassDojo, Student Gmail & Seesaw 

  • Directions for SeeSaw Login: Go to Click “I’m a Student.” Scan or type in your Home Learning code to login (see login code that was sent out on ClassDojo).


  • Device Request

  • Attendance Expectations:  Instead of on a daily basis, teachers will track attendance based on weekly student participation and work completion.

  • Time Dedication: All teachers will look at work completion on a weekly basis, allowing families and students to complete assignments throughout the day and week at times that work best for them.  Assigned daily classwork will average 60 minutes for Grades K-2 and 60-90 minutes for Grades 3-5, Monday thru Friday. 

  • Classwork Postings:  Classwork will be posted once a week, for the entire week.  I will post classwork Monday morning, weekly. 

1st Grade's High-Use Links for Students 

Please ask for help when you need it-there are a lot of us thinking through the same thing and together we'll do our best to make learning at home a smooth, engaging, and purposeful experience. ​



Earlier in the Year: 

Welcome to First Grade!  

We are a highly engaged bunch of First Graders who love learning together.  If you enter our classroom, you would see students reading a variety of books, sharing stories, teaching each other, and asking lots of questions!  Our integrated approach to learning allows us to connect our learning across the curriculum.  At home, listen to your child, ask them specific questions, and encourage thier learning and curiosity.  

We appreciate all you do!