Google Drive: From any browser, type in Google.com. From the set of 9 dots in the top right corner, choose the Google Drive app or click the Link provided. Students should log into their Google account using their unique username and password. This Drive is where the students work will be stored.
Google Classroom: Assignments are posted into Google Classroom by the classroom teacher. Those assignments may use some of the resources listed below.
Each resource listed has a unique username and password which you or your child will receive from his/her teacher.
Discovery Education Streaming: A collection of multimedia curriculum resources. This site includes well researched articles as well as images, and videos.
ProQuest: Database resource for multiple products. It includes SIRS Discoverer, eLibrary, History Study Center, ProQuest Learning: Literature, & Culture Grams.
Mathletics: Interactive mathematics lessons for students.
Raz-Kids: Online guided reading program.
ABCYa: Educational games for K-6 students.
Typing.com: Typing lessons, practice, quizzes and games.
ExtraMath: Helps students master addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts.
MobyMax: Differentiated learning in all subjects.
SpashLearn: Math learning program for K-5.
Junior Library Guild : a book publisher providing free digital content for students and families. It includes a live weekly webcast for junior high students by Rex Ogle a popular young adult author.
Skybrary : a collection of e-books allowing for a month of free access.
Epic! : a collection of e-books for kids 12 and under. Free to parents for a month. Once your homeroom teacher creates a class your child will have free remote access.
Scholastic Learn at Home : platform for parents. Divided into grade levels, it includes books as well as activities.