Virtual Learning Resources
GETTING STARTED WITH VIRTUAL LEARNING
Students log in with their username and their password
Once on Schoology, students can get to their courses and practice any links, read their book and go on math games
Please download the Schoology app to receive updates from your classroom teacher.
SCHOOLOGY LOGON VIDEO:
WELCOME TO SCHOOLOGY: PARENT PRESENTATION
Students can sign into their Microsoft 365 accounts to go on their notebooks, write WORD documents, work on a PowerPoint presentation or Sway
Students who have not used this may explore
Go to https://www.office.com
Students sign in with their email and their password
VIRTUAL LEARNING SCHEDULES
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your device, please utilize one of the two methods below to notify the Technology Department by creating an incident/ticket.
1. This link is used by a requester as a self-service incident/ticket creation portal: https://rcshelpdesk.freshservice.com/support/home
2. Below is the email address to use to create an incident/ticket by sending an email: email@example.com
Please use the helpdesk management system for ALL technology related problems so that you can get updates on your incident/ticket.
STUDENT LEARNING LINKS
SPECIAL EDUCATION INFORMATION
Comcast Essentials: Eligible households who enroll now will be provided with free service for their first 60 days. More information can be viewed at https://corporate.comcast.com/press/releases/internet-essentials-low-income-broadband-coronavirus-pandemic. As a reminder, Internet Essentials provides a $9.95 per month home internet service exclusively to low-income households. Comcast is also making its Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots free for anyone to use. Millions of the hotspots are scattered throughout the country; you can find hotspot locations at wifi.xfinity.com.
Access from AT&T: AT&T is offering two months of free service to new Access customers who order by April 30, 2020. $5/mo or $10/mo (plus taxes) thereafter, depending on your speed.
Lifeline: Lifeline is a federal benefit that lowers the monthly cost of phone or internet service. Lifeline typically provides up to a $9.25 monthly discount on service for eligible low-income subscribers. Subscribers may receive a Lifeline discount on either a wireline or a wireless service, but they may not receive a discount on both services at the same time. Lifeline also supports broadband Internet access service and broadband-voice bundles. To apply for Lifeline, a consumer must use the National Verifier application system at: https://www.usac.org/lifeline/eligibility/national-verifier/. Once the National Verifier has confirmed your eligibility to receive Lifeline service, you may then select a service provider.