Parent and Student Remote Education Resources

Last Updated: 4/29/2020 4:31 PM

Below are resources for families as students work through the Remote Education Experiences beginning Wednesday, March 18th 

 

Google Classroom:

Google Classroom How-To Videos:
All 2nd-12th grade students will be accessing their Remoting Learning assignments through Google Classroom using their school-issued iPad. Below are some How-To videos to help you navigate this tool (these will be posted soon):

Resources by Building:

Kleptz Early Learning Center Resource Site
Work was sent home with all Kindergarten and First-grade students on Friday, March 13th. This website has information for Kindergarten and First Grade students and parents.

High School Parent Letter

Middle School Parent Letter

Englewood Elementary Parent Letter

Englewood Hills Elementary Parent Letter

Northmoor Parent Letter

Northwood Parent Letter

Union Elementary Information- please refer to the information your child's teacher sent through Dojo or Google Classroom

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What days will students have assignments to work on?
A: Students will be assigned work Wednesday, March 18th-Friday, March 20th and Monday, March 23rd-Friday, March 27th. No work will be assigned for March 30th-April 6th as this is the district's Spring Break.

Q: If I am having tech issues, who do I contact?
A: Contact your child's teacher and they will reach out to our technology department if needed.

Q: When is this work going to be due?
A: Teachers should be setting reasonable expectations for when work needs to be submitted, however, accommodations for students who may be ill or have limited access to technology during this time should be made.

Q: What if we do not have internet access?
A: Please contact your teacher or building principal and they will help get the work your child will need. Spectrum is offering free broadband and WiFi access for 60 days in homes with K-12 and/or college students that don’t have an existing Spectrum service level up to 100 Mbps. Installation fees will be waived for new student households and the company said those interested should call 1-844-488-8395.

Q: Am I going to be able to contact my child's teacher if I have questions?
A: Teachers should be available during normal school hours to provide feedback and respond to student and parent questions.

Q: How do I get my child's iPad and/or assignments if they were absent on Friday, March 13th?
A: Please contact your child's teacher(s) or principal to make arrangements for materials to be picked up or sent home.

Frequently Asked Questions - Arabic*
Frequently Asked Questions - Espanol*
Frequently Asked Questions - Vietnamese*

*Translations provided by Affordable Language Services

Other Resources:

At-Home iPad Usage Letter
This is a letter for grades 2-5 families about appropriate usage of the iPads at home

At-Home iPad Usage Letter - Arabic*
At-Home iPad Usage Letter - Espanol*
At-Home iPad Usage Letter - Vietnamese
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*Translations provided by Affordable Language Services

How to Turn on the Read Aloud Feature for Your iPad

iPad Troubleshooting- If you are having issues with your iPad, check out this page for help.

Parent and Student Remote Learning Feedback Form

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD9K-g1-nMI - a message to ALL families