Sample lists, case studies, and other information to help your district create school supply lists for distance learning during COVID-19.
Many school districts nationwide plan to move to virtual, online, or blended learning models for back to school 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Within the next few weeks, families will need to shift from summer fun to at-home learning mode. To help set up children and families for learning success at home, use TeacherLists for to create convenient, contact-free, virtual school supply lists.
Looking for sample school supply lists for at-home distance learning? Check out the quick-start supply lists available for all grade levels. They include the most popular items on all on supply lists across the country. Simply add and delete items as needed! Or check out these sample school-at-home lists for inspiration!
Interested in seeing how other districts determine what supplies are needed for this unusual back-to-school season? Weatherford ISD in Texas developed lists and best practices to create successful virtual and in-class supply lists for students.
Northside ISD in San Antonio had already posted traditional in-school supply lists on the TeacherLists platform. After administrators decided to start the school year with virtual learning, they knew that parents and students would need a different set of supplies to set their children up for a successful at-home learning experience. Northside approached TeacherLists to ask about getting its virtual supply lists uploaded to TeacherLists, as well. The TeacherLists team got the updated lists onto the TeacherLists platform within days, giving the Northside ISD community access to both virtual and in-school school supply lists for students.
Want to learn more? Join our short webinar with the TeacherLists team to discuss how virtual learning supply lists can help families prepare for the new school year, regardless of how they’ll be starting! Register to join our next session.