800 E. North Shore Drive, Hartland, Wisconsin 53029

Online Learning and COVID-19 Family Resources


Simple Student Learning Clip

DISTRICT ONLINE LEARNING:
HLSD Digital Learning Written Directions
Login Instructions for Seesaw and Google Classroom
Google Classroom Intro Video
Multiple Children in Seesaw How to add Each Account Video
Online Student Independent Practice Timeline
Picking Books for Kindergarten Readers and Digital Library Access Info
Picking Books for 1st Grade Readers and Digital Library Access Info
Picking Books for 2nd Grade Readers and Digital Library Access Info
Epic Picking Books for Readers Grades 3-4
Epic Login Information
Overdrive/Sora Written Directions Grades 3-4
Overdrive/Sora Video Directions Grades 3-4
Overdrive/Sora Written Directions Grades 5-8
Overdrive/Sora Video Directions Grades 5-8

PARENTING TIPS DURING ONLINE LEARNING:
Love and Logic Tips During Online Learning
Supporting Challenging Behavior at Home during COVID-19

SUPPLEMENTAL LEARNING RESOURCES:
PBS Wisconsin and DPI PK-12 Learning at Home Resources and Live Streaming Educational Resources
Wide Open School – Sponsored by Common Sense Media with content from Khan Academy, Scholastic, Sesame Workshop, etc.
Hartland Public Library Facebook Page

ATTENDANCE:
If your child is unable to participate in virtual learning because of illness, please call your school attendance line.  When you leave a message on the attendance line, please include:

  • The date you are calling
  • Child’s symptoms
  • Whether your child has received a doctor’s diagnosis for the illness
  • Your name and telephone number

If your child is not able to participate in virtual learning days because of a reason that is not an illness, please also call your school attendance line.  When you leave a message on the attendance line, please include:

  • The date you are calling
  • The reason your child cannot participate
  • Your name and telephone number

Attendance Lines:

  • Hartland North – 262-369-6715
  • Hartland South – 262-369-6725
  • North Shore – 262-369-6765

TECHNOLOGY HELP:
If you need help accessing technology devices, please complete the Technology Access Form
If you need support for your device, please contact our Technology Team at helpdesk@hartlake.org
DPI Resources for assistance with internet connectivity at home
Spectrum is offering free broadband internet and WiFi access for 60 days to families with K-12 and college students.  Installation fees for new households will be waived. 844-488-8395

NEED HELP AND NOT SURE WHO TO TALK WITH?
Hartland North School Office:  Jeannette Betker, jbetker@hartlake.org or 262-369-6710
Principal, Heather Grindatti:  hgrindatti@hartlake.org or 262-337-2134

Hartland South Office:  Heidi Kafkas, hkafkas@hartlake.org or 262-369-6720
Hartland South Principal, Dave Risch:  drisch@hartlake.org or 262-424-5309


North Shore Middle School Office:  Judy Cieminski, jcieminski@hartlake.org or 262-369-6767
North Shore Middle School Principal, Michele Schmidt:  mschmidt@hartlake.org or 262-408-0852


District Office, Michele Davis:  mdavis@hartlake.org or 262-369-6746
Guidance, Heather Whelan:  hwhelan@hartlake.org

FOOD RESOURCES:
Free and Reduced Lunch Application – If you currently qualify for free and reduced lunch/breakfast, please contact Maureen Lawler at mlawler@hartlake.org if you would like to participate in receiving breakfast/lunch “grab and go bags” during the online learning/school closure time.  If you would like a paper copy of the Free and Reduced Lunch Application, please contact Maureen Lawler at mlawler@hartlake.org.

Saint Charles (St. Vincent de Paul) Food Pantry, 229 Lawn Street (at the corner of Church and Lawn), 262-367-0800. The pantry is open every Tuesday morning from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and every second and fourth Tuesday from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.

Hartland Food Pantry, 555 S. Industrial Drive, 262-367-6373.  The pantry is open Wednesdays from 1:30 – 3:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 – 11:00 am.  Provides temporary and emergency food assistance to anyone in need in the AHS School District.  Clients may visit 2 times/month and must show proof of need after the 8th visit.

Pewaukee Food Pantry, 642 Main Street, Pewaukee, 262-893-8241.  Hours are 10:00 – 11:00 am every Wednesday and Saturday.

Food Pantry of Waukesha County, 1301 Sentry Drive, Waukesha, 262-542-5300.  Open for grocery distribution M-F from 1:00 – 3:00 pm, Thu. from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sat. from 9:30 – 11:30 am.

ASSISTANCE RESOURCES:
211 Wisconsin – COVID 19 Information and Resources ranging from medical concerns, financial assistance, etc.
WE Energies

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES:
How to Talk to Kids About COVID-19
COVID-19 Parent Handout for Talking to Children
COVID-19 Helping Families and Children Cope

Taking Care of Your Family During COVID-19
What To Do (And Not To Do) When Children Are Anxious
Rainbow Breathing (Go Noodle)
How to Make a Sensory Bottle
Guided Imagery for Kids
Mindful Breathing

Waukesha County Crisis Intervention During regular business hours, contact the outpatient clinic at (262) 548-7666 and ask to speak with a crisis worker. During non-business hours, contact Waukesha County hotline at (262) 547-3388 and ask to speak with a Waukesha County mental health crisis worker.

SAMHSA Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 for help if you’re feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety

Family Services of Waukesha: 262-567-4455 • Family Service is an independent, non-profit counseling center that provides state-of-the-art psychotherapy, education, and advocacy services to anyone needing help across life’s continuum – every age, every stage. • At Family Service, we know that mental and emotional health is the basis for confident individuals, good parents, happy children, strong families, and productive communities.

Gals, Institute, LLC: 262-337-9770 Gals Institute is a collaborative group of licensed clinicians providing therapy services, resiliency building workshops, one day events, and support groups in the Lake Country Area. They have a team of 13 providers consisting of clinical and in-training licensed therapists who bring an incredible wealth of knowledge and expertise in their care for families. Additional clinical team members include a registered licensed dietician and all clients have access to their Mental Health Prescriber (NP)

COVID-19 INFORMATION
211 Wisconsin – COVID 19 Information and Resources ranging from medical concerns, financial assistance, etc.
Waukesha County Public Health COVID-19 Information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Information

HOW CAN I HELP SUPPORT FAMILIES IN NEED?
COVID-19 Angel FundFunds will be used to purchase gift cards for groceries and other essentials for HLSD families in need.  Donations are being accepted through e-Funds.

 


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