Resources for Students
This page provides information for students regarding student expectations during remote learning as well as links to both additional resources and content that students can access.
Issues with a District-Issued Student Device? Please click here.
Student Responsibilities and Expectations:
As we transition to remote learning, please be aware of your roles and expectations:
Grades PK-4: Complete the assignments that are included on the cover sheet of your packet. You will be responsible for bringing this work back to school.
Grades 5-8: Complete the assignments that are included on your assignment sheets. Your teacher may be posting additional information and resources on Google Classroom. You will be responsible for bringing this work back to school.
Grades 9-12: Check appropriate Google Classrooms and emails for information on courses, assignments, and resources, on a daily basis. Submit assignments as noted by your teacher.
- Dedicate appropriate time to learning, as guided by your teachers.
- Identify a comfortable and quiet space to study/learn.
- Engage in the virtual school platform with academic honesty.
- Submit all assignments in accordance with provided timelines and/or due dates.
- Contact your teacher if you have any questions with your assignments or need an additional copy of materials.
Links and Resources:
Please see the following links for additional practice and information:
How to Access ID Portal Apps from Home : This tutorial shows how parents and students can access the ID Portal resources from.
District Approved Online Resources:
The following district approved online resources can be accessed through your ID Portal:
Aleks: See Aleks for additional math support and practice for students in grades 3-12.
Dreambox: See Dreambox for additional math support and practice for students in grades K-2.
ConnectEd: Links to resources for primary textbook series.
iReady for Language Arts Personalized language arts instruction for students in grades K-4.
Learning A-Z: Digital reading content by Lexile level for students in grades K-4.
Newsela: Additional reading content for students in grades K-12.
Nearpod: Students can access informational content in a fun and engaging way.
AlbertIO: Additional resources to support students enrolled in AP classes.
Springboard Digital: Additional English content for students in grades 9-12.
Additional Online Resources
Amazing Educational Resources: Links to HUNDREDS of online resources compiled by educators across the country. These resources are all currently free!
Virtual Field Trips: Stuck inside? Link to virtual field trips you can take from inside your home.
Hot Spots Around Town:
Community Wifi access is available in different locations throughout the city. Please be mindful of social distancing recommendations when in public places.
- Public Library: 196 Jefferson St.
- Parks: Various
- Brighton Teen Center: 56 Brighton Ave.
- Wendy's: 853 Convery Blvd
- Terrazas: 273 High St.
- McDonald's: 633 New Brunswick Ave
- Cathedral International: 277 Madison Ave
- YMCA: 357 New Brunswick Ave
Should students experience an issue with a device or application go to the following link:
A technician will get back to you via phone or email provided to help resolve your issue, please contact:
Mr. Keith Kolibas, Director of Technology
or Your Building Principal
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