Learning at School and at Home
Students have been set up with district Google accounts for some time now and during the COVID pandemic, teachers and students found more ways to use the platform for teaching and learning. During the 2021-2022 academic year, we will continue the use of Google Classroom as folllows:
Stuents in grades 5-12 will use Google Classroom to access and submit class assignments.
Students in grades 3 & 4 will access and upload at least one assignment per week in Google Classroom.
Teachers of students in grades PK-2 will use Google Classroom as the deem appropriate.
If you are not familiar with how to work or sign into Google Classroom, here is a link to a slide show that will walk you through the process step by step.
For any student or parent of a young student that does not know their sign in information, please fill out the form at the link below to recieve this information through email.
Free Activities and Events for Kids at Home
For parents looking for something to do with their kids during all this newfound time at home, check this link below out!
K-2 At Home Learning Packets
For young learners, check these cool learning packets for Kindergarten through 2nd graders!
Reading at Home
Check out this website for free ebooks that you can read at home at anytime!Want to read books online while at home? The EJ Library has Ebooks (online books) you can read while at home. Follow the instructions below to access them:1. Go to http://www.mackinvia.com2. Enter in warrior for the username AND password3. Click on the book you want to read and start reading!*If you want to read from your phone, simply download the MackinVia App from Google Play or the App Store and enter the username and password!Jefferson Parish Public Library also offers the option to download ebooks from home for free! Follow these instructions (you will need your library card to do this)1. Go to this link: https://www.jplibrary.net/
digitalcontent/index.html2. Scroll down to JPL digital content3. Select Read Free Ebooks4. Login with your JP Library Card and password (last four digits of your phone). If you need a temporary card click here: http://jplcat.jefferson.lib. la.us/uhtbin/cgisirsi.exe/x/x/ x/122/20155. Call JP Library if you have forgotten your PIN/Password (504) 838-1190LoyalBooks (always free) - Offers both ebooks and audiobooks that are in the public domain. You can download the audiobooks on an app for your phone.Scribd is allowing you access to books, magazines, and audiobooks for 30 days for free with no credit card needed.Sebco PublishingUser Name: keepreadingPassword: sebcoStudent ID#: 1Select the Reading Level to find books that might interest you.SimonTeen publishers are offering free reads on their website.Audible is offering a collection of books to listen to for free. You can listen on your computer, phone, or tablet.Spotify has free audiobooks, but they can be difficult to find because there is not a specific genre for audiobooks. Also, you will want to listen to the books in order, and with the free Spotify App, the tracks are shuffled on your phone.Read this article from Book Riot that explains how to find audio books and how to make sure that you listen to them in order.Follow directions here to get access to all TumbleBooks databases until August 31st: Tumblebooks is inviting libraries across North America to email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line Free TumbleBooks in order to receive free links to all five of its databases so they can be shared and accessed by their patrons from the comfort and safety of their homes.