Creating an environment that will support your child’s learning is a key way to ensure their instruction continues during school closure.
Here is the link to the Canvas page for families: CANVAS
CANVAS WILL LINK YOU INTO ALL LEARNING PLATFORMS
DO NOT LOG IN THROUGH CLEVER
HOW WILL ATTENDANCE BE TAKEN?
SCHOLARS MUST LOG IN THROUGH CANVAS.
CANVAS LOGINS BETWEEN 6:00 a.m. AND 11:59 a.m. ARE CONSIDERED PRESENT FOR THE SCHOOL DAY. SCHOLARS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AS PRESENT IF THEY JOIN A CLASS THROUGH MICROSOFT TEAMS WITHOUT LOGGING INTO CANVAS.
Returning Students Please note that the student id number is the same as the Clever and Lexia login
New Students Please call the main office at 202-645-3330 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for your student id number if you have not received one.
Logging into a DCPS Device
Dell: Username: Leckie Password: Lion2015
ELI: Username: student id # or PARCC Password: (ex.080120) two digit month, two digit day, two digit/ or studyhard
Password: two digit month, two digit day, two digit year (ex.080120)
If you are having trouble logging on please call the school @ (202)645-3330 or email any of the following individuals:
What is Clever? Clever is an easy way for your child to log in and learn with all of the online programs they use at school. With their own personal portals, students can learn with resources selected by their teacher and district.
Schools use Clever so students can have all of their digital resources in one place. Clever also eliminates the need to remember multiple usernames and passwords.
How can my child log in to Clever? Your student can visit clever.com/login to find their school and log in to Clever with their school-provided username and password. Here is a video on how your scholar can log into Clever: https://youtu.be/nb5Y8RWQowA
Students can log into their school accounts at Office.com, where they’ll have access to Microsoft Teams, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and so much more.
Microsoft Teams can be accessed online or downloaded to a home or mobile device. Click the link to explore the guide that enables your student to get going with Teams right away: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/get-started-in-your-class-team-6b5fd708-35b9-4caf-b66e-d8f2468e4fd5
How does my student turn in assignments using Teams? Can they check their grades in Teams? Students can turn in their assignments by navigating to the Assignments tab in the General channel of their class team, then selecting an assignment. They can attach any appropriate work and select Turn in.
Join us for fun, games and prizes on June 2nd to celebrate all the achievements of the Middle School students this year. Times are designated by grade level and outlines in the attached flyer. Hope to see you there!
There will be no school for students Friday 3/5. Our teachers will be hosting Family - Teacher Conferences from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Click the link to check your teacher's availability. http://bit.ly/LeckiePTConference
The building will be closed for scholars as we prepare for the next group of IPL teachers and staff to enter the building. Scholars will be 100% virtual on March 9th while teacher prep their classrooms. Please log in via CANVAS for your egualr scheduled classes.
Mayor Muriel Bowser wants to make sure your student has internet at home for virtual learning.
Through a new program called Internet for All, DC Government will be paying for a year of residential internet service for eligible households provided by Comcast and RCN.
Internet for All is part of the Tech Together DC Partnership. Find more information online at techtogether.dc.gov.
As the year continues, we remain committed to supporting our families with technology to the best of our abilities. In order to ensure we have the necessary equipment and supplies to do so equitably, we are introducing a new Tech Replacement Protocol to streamline the procedure. If your device is broken or may need a replacement please fill out the form below. Our Operations Team will be in contact shortly to assist you.
I am Niyeka Wilson, your principal. We work to ensure the academic growth that our students are capable of and deserve. I am confident that our caring, compassionate, and skilled teachers serving our children we will help our students to soar. We have ambitious goals and a strategic plan to get us there.
As we grow into a full fledge Education Campus (Grades PreK-8th), DCPS has aligned our curriculum to ensure our students rigorous engagement guided by Common Core Standards for College and Career Readiness in both reading and math. At Leckie we cherish and maximize every minute of the school day by spending 120 minutes on literacy instruction and at least 90 minutes or more for math every day. Our students are enriched in special areas receiving Spanish, music, physical education, art and library/media classes. We believe in both working hard and playing hard, which is why our students have a wide variety of after-school offerings including soccer, cheerleading, basketball, chess, Boy and Girl Scouts as well as mentors from the Joint Base Anacostia- Bolling.
I know we all want the best for our children and want them happy and successful in school and prepared for a fulfilling career. What are your dreams and expectations for your child? Whatever they are, elementary school is the foundation. This is where their skills in reading and math are established.
I know I can count on you to support the instructional program by:
Checking your child’s agenda nightly. Look at our new Family Curriculum Guide (See "State Standards" under "Academics") Making sure your child reads each night; have him/her read it aloud to you if necessary. Making sure your child takes the Accelerated Reader quiz for that book. (See Library Media Center) Making sure your child has daily opportunities to use ST Math at home. (See Library Media Center)
With school staff and parents working collaboratively, we will see all of our children develop into strong academicians, who will someday, serve their county well.