Welcome to Elementary Virtual Enrichment

ART

Art with Youth in Arts

Current week art Lesson TK–2nd 

Current week art lesson 3rd–5th

Use your SRCS email address to login The password for all students is srcsart

For help with login or any questions
about the art program please email
Kelsey Rieger or call 415-457-4878

MUSIC

Music with HeadsUp Teachers
Cathy Lenz (TK–2nd) and
Amanda Hahn (3rd–5th)

 

TK- 2nd grade music with Ms. Lenz

3rd - 5th grade music with Ms. Hahn

 

For help with music or any questions please email Michelene Moayedi

P.E.

Get Active Challenge

 

Tell us what you did this week to move your body. Take the survey and see next week what were the favorite activities.

Art Links

Every 2 weeks we will post direct YouTube links to past art classes you may have missed or just want to retake.

TK-2nd Grade YouTube Classes

3rd-5th Grade YouTube Classes

For help with login or any questions

about the art program please email 

Kelsey Rieger or call 415-457-4878

How to log into art class

Cómo entrar en la clase de arte 

Music Links

Cathy Lenz (TK–2nd)
Playlist of all Music Classes including Fall


Amanda Hahn (3rd–5th)

Playlist of all Music Classes including Fall

For help with music or any questions please email Michelene Moayedi

Get Active Links

Here are some links to videos you can dance and move along to if you need more ideas!

KIDZ BOP Dance Along videos

Vamos GoNoodle — videos en Espanol

Elementary Virtual Enrichment


We’ve heard your feedback and have made adjustments to the virtual enrichment programming we’re providing this year with generous support from Sun Valley, Coleman, and Glenwood parent groups. Our high-quality, grade-appropriate, virtual enrichment will continue to be available to every child at every school with a focus on music and art — in partnership with Youth in Arts and HeadsUp Music teachers Cathy Lenz and Amanda Hahn. We've developed an engaging, activity-based, online curriculum. Coupled with self-directed PE, these offerings allow flexibility for families as they continue to navigate this unusual academic year.