Distance Learning

  • School to home learning Families and students should use the links below to assist in distance learning during our modified 4th quarter work.

    Where appropriate, students should engage in learning experiences within Google Classroom and other applications their teachers have assigned.

Grade 5/6 Resources

Grade 7/8 Resources

Grade 9-12 Resources


    Students should contact their teachers for specifically designed activities including Google Classroom.


    JHHS Student Webpage

Student Support

WPS Distance Learning Plan

  • WPS Distance Learning Plan - a document summarizing our approach to distance learning as a result of shutting down schools in response to COVID-19.

Technology Support Center

  • The Technology Support Center is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 12:00pm-4:00pm at the Central Administration Office at 12 N. Washington Street (garage door entrance in back of building). Staff and students will be able to visit the Support Center for troubleshooting and repairs of WPS issued devices, including Chromebooks.

    Phone support is also available during this time at 540-667-4253, ext. 10200.

    NOTE: Software support and other technology assistance (non-hardware repair related issues) is still available remotely by submitting a Technology Work Order.

    Students: Please have your teacher submit your technology support issue for remote assistance.

Other Helpful Resources


    Clever includes student access to Lexia (reading), Dreambox (math), BrainPop, World Book Online (encyclopedia), and more.
    Login directions


    Your child's teacher may already have a Google Classroom set up where they post work and activities.
    Login directions


    Strategies and resources for K-5 families to support diverse learners in their home.

    Gifted Learners

    Parents may need to sign up for an account

    • Wonderopolis -  Explore answers to fascinating questions and curiosities. Check out the "Wonder of the Day."
    • Smithsonian Tween Tribune - News stories and interesting features for students at all reading levels.
    • The Kids Should See This - Smart videos for curious minds of all ages.
    • Wow in the World - A podcast that guides curious kids and their grown-ups on a journey into the wonders of the world around them. Emphasis is on science and technology topics. 
    • Engineering Design Briefs - Hands-on challenges created by Virginia Children's Engineering Council to promote design, engineering, and technology.

    English Language Learners

    Parents may need to sign up for an account

    Movement, Music, and the Arts

    Parents may need to sign up for an account

    • Go Noodle - Videos, games, and activities focused on introducing short bursts of physical exercise for young children.
    • PBS Music Games - PBS resource for music games for younger students.
    • Artsology - 80 art games for kids, art videos, blog, and more! 
    • Mo Willems Daily Art Lessons -  Author and illustrator, Mo Willems, invites you into his studio every day for his lunch doodle. Learners can draw, doodle, and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually. 
    • At Home Zumba Workout #1 - Join Laura from the Sharron Baucom Dale City Recreation Center for a Zumba workout set to a salsa beat that's sure to put a smile on your face.
    • Chair Strength Workout - Join Kathy from the Dale City Recreation Center for a full-body workout you can do right from home, and even from your chair.


    Pebble Go is an interactive database that includes read alouds in English and Spanish on the following topics: Animals, Science, Biographies, Social Studies and Dinosaurs.  Each WPS Elementary School has a subscription.  Please email your child's teacher for login information, if needed.


    The Storyline Online website includes videos of famous celebrities reading picture books.



    tv classroom A number of Virginia public stations are now offering digital learning courses. Visit VA TV Classroom to view daily lessons and activities.