As our students embark on the journey of at-home or online learning this year, our district learning technology team has developed a series of resources to support students and families as they navigate learning technology tools.
Student Tech Support
Need tech support? To help support your student’s technology needs, we’ve enhanced our student technology support by making it easier to submit a support request!
All students in grades 6-12 are issued an HP laptop through the district’s Anytime, Anywhere Learning Initiative. At the elementary level, students in the fully online program are issued district iPad device (grades PreK-1) or an HP laptop (grades 2-5).
Office365 is a set of software productivity tools that make up the core of the district’s services. This include Microsoft Outlook (email), Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheets), OneDrive (cloud storage), Sway (visual storytelling and interacting document creation).
Canvas is the learning management system used at the secondary level to facilitate coursework, assignments and teacher interactions.
Clever is the online hub that provides access to district-supported electronic curriculum tools as well as resources provided by classroom teachers.
Lexia is an online literacy learning tool that supports student reading through interactive, fun exercises.
Seesaw is the learning management tool that houses student lessons and assignments from teachers, while also supporting communication between elementary students and their teachers, as well as communication between teachers and parents/guardians.
ST Math is an online math learning tool that fosters mathematical thinking and problem solving for elementary school students. Students guide the fictional Jiji through a variety of interactive problems.
Zoom is the video conferencing tool used to support synchronous (live) class interactions and lessons.