• Welcome to Mrs. Skews Stone's Distance Learning Classroom.


    Please use the extended learning plan located  below. 


    Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm 

    Contact me at my school e-mail deborah_skewsstone@chino.k12.ca.us


    ........................You may contact Mrs. Garcia-Larson for additional help.

    Office Hours: Mrs. Garcia-Larson

    Monday and Wednesday from 8:00 to 9:00 A M

    You may reach her at her school e-mail vickie_larson@chino.k12.ca.us


    .>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>English 10 CP classes:

    We will continue studying To Kill a Mockingbird.

    Starting with lesson # 16, the lessons and questions are listed on this site.

    You will continue where you left off. 

    You should complete at least two chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird summary and questions , and a vocabulary lesson a week. We will continue grammar review with at least two assignments a week.

    You will access an audio recording of the chapter that you are working on and listen to it. We will be taking a final exam on this novel. It will be uch easier if you listen to the audio.

    Then access the summary lesson and questions on this site. 

    ////////////////////Type and e-mail me the answers to the questions in order to receive credit.////////

                                  I will correct your assignments and go over your results if necessary. 


    The vocabulary lessons are to be completed the same way that we have done them in class.

    Copy the word and definition as it is stated on the list provided.

    Then make flashcards out of any type of paper. You need to have the word on one side an a shortened definition on the other. Choose up tp three words from the lesson definitions that are important and will help you remember the definition. 

    /////////////////////E-mail me a typed list of words and your shortened definitions in order to receive credit. 


    Read 180 students .......

    As well as Mrs. Skews-Stone, you may contact Mrs. Hill for additional  help at her school email



    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Read 180 students   You may continue accessing your personal lessons from home. Please devote at least 30 minutes daily to your studies. 


    Distance Education-March 30-TBD

    ELA CP 10th grade –             Read 180

    Revised Syllabus - March 2020

    Term: Spring 2020

    Contact Information: Deborah_Skewsstone@chino.k12.ca.us 

    Office Hours: TTH 10am-12pm


    Course Description:

    This course serves as an introduction to distance education, as both a delivery mechanism and as an academic field. It is intended to provide students with the opportunity to become familiar with the philosophies, strategies, and techniques involved in teaching outside of a face-to-face environment.  Students will focus on distance education for the remainder of the time mandated by CVUSD.

    Course Structure and Policies:

    Skills: Students should feel comfortable accessing and using a computer. If you do not have access, CVUSD will work on a solution for those that are in need.

    Work load: The assignments will be posted online and all work is due when we return.

    Participation Policy: The success of an online course depends a great deal on the participation and contributions of the students. Your success in completing assignments will depend upon your understanding of material presented in the course. Active participation is required.

     Response time: I will do my best to answer student emails within 24 


     Need  help accessing ClassLink, E-mails, Google classroom?





    Using HMH Student Central to Access READ 180 Universal

    Students enrolled in READ 180 Universal access their digital programs on HMH Student Central through HMH Central.

    Students may log in to HMH Student Central on a student workstation or mobile device. Please see SAM System Requirements – Workstation Requirements for additional information.

    Initial log in steps to HMH Student Central may vary depending on school or district setup. Please contact the district for any additional information regarding specific instructions.

    Your district’s HMH Central site can be accessed: https://h100000007.education.scholastic.com

    If you do not have access to your district’s site, you can look it up by accessing: https://www.hmhco.com/studentaccess, then enter the zip code and select the district.


    Logging In

    Log into HMH Central with a SAM username and password and click Sign In to go to the HMH Gateway screen.

    If you need assistance with your username or password, please contact your district.


    At the HMH Gateway, click the READ 180 Universal icon to enter HMH Student Central. 


    Navigating the HMH Student Central Page

    From the HMH Student Central page, you can access the following:

    HMH Student Central Experience






    Home screen for READ 180 Universal programs in HMH Student Central.


    My Portfolio

    Access to completed and teacher-reviewed Workshop Assessments and READ 180 Universal Writing Zone and Fluency Check activities.


    Welcome menu

    Displays the current username with a drop-down menu that allows students to log out.


    Program tab

    Identifies the READ 180 Universal program.


    Student Application

    Access to the READ 180 Universal Student Application

    -       Click Go in the Student Application field to open the Student App


    Independent Reading

    Access to the digital library of READ 180 Universal books, activities, and quizzes.

    -       Click Go in the Independent Reading field to open Independent Reading


    ReaL Book

    A digital version of the READ 180 Universal student book

    -       Click Go to open the digital ReaL Book



    Access to assigned Workshop Assessments and additional assessments that students are enrolled.  

    For More Information

    For more information, contact HMH Product Support at 1-800-283-5974 or click here. You can also see more  at the HMH Product Support site, hmhco.com/product-support.