Simply log in to PowerSchool with your student log in to access digital textbooks and the following resources.
Click HERE to watch a tutorial on how to log in as a student.
Code.org - a non-profit organization that aims to encourage students in the United States to learn computer science by providing free coding lessons to encourage schools to include more computer science classes in the curriculum.
Credo Reference Library - Credo Reference is free digital reference library, ideal for performing research for any content area.
Desmos - A free online graphing calculator.
EdPuzzle - An app for interacting with content from a video that your student's teacher has provided.
Flocabulary - A learning program for students that uses educational hip-hop music to engage them and increase achievement across the curriculum.
Google Classroom - A learning management system that helps organize and keep track of work you have been assigned.
Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets - These are the big three, web-based tools your students will likely be using to do do their work.
Google Meet - Google's answer to video conferencing.
Gmail - An app that enables users to send and receive e-mail over the Internet.
Learn360 - A digital resource that provides students access to over 5,000 full-length instructional videos, images, and audio files.
Naviance - An online tool/website that supports students with career exploration and the college research process.
Nearpod - Through this interactive software, students have the ability to participate in lessons that contain virtual reality, 3D objects, collaborative boards and so much more.
Newsela - A database of current event stories tailor-made for students.
Padlet - A digital bulletin board available for students and teachers to interact.
Click HERE to view 70 short tutorial videos on how to navigate G Suite, Gmail, Google Classroom, and more.