Parents play a key role in their child's learning, and this role is amplified in an online environment. If you need help navigating online technologies, finding resources for your child's unique needs, attending to your child's emotional wellbeing, or even looking for community assistance, check out our resources below. If you cannot find what you're looking for, please fill out the form at the bottom so we can help!
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- Remote Learning Basics
- Navigating Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, Teams, etc.
- Using Zoom, Google Meet, Teams, and WebEx
- Finding Resources for my Child's Special Needs
- My Child's Social and Emotional Wellbeing
- Finding Resources and Assistance in my Community
Remote Learning Basics
Navigating Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, Teams, etc.
Using Zoom, Google Meet, Teams, and WebEx
Finding Resources for my Child's Special Needs
My Child's Social and Emotional Wellbeing
Finding Resources and Assistance in my Community
Recent Webinar Recordings
Fostering Learning at Home: Tech Tips and Tricks
This 40-minute video discusses technology tips to make remote learning easier and more engaging for students and guardians.
Individual Reading Improvement Plan? Now What?
Many students receive Individual Reading Improvement Plans (IRIPs). When this happens, families need to know what they can do to support their child's literacy development.
Math Support for Families
This 20-minute video provides helpful advice for families to support their children with math content.
For YouTube Videos, to choose a different caption language:
- At the bottom right, click Settings .
- Click Subtitles/CC.
- Select a language.
If the language isn't listed when you click Subtitles/CC:
- Click Auto-translate.
- Select a language.
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Please note that this is a county-wide resource; for specific technology needs please contact your district/PSA directly.