Getting Connected with Google and Canvas
We are aware of some technical difficulties in connecting with our online learning platforms, and our IT department is working diligently to resolve all known issues.
We have created a page with detailed instructions on how to set up your accounts for Google and Canvas. Please visit our
Getting Connected page for support.
Be assured, your students are not going to be marked absent or deducted anything for these issues occurring. Please refer to our OPE Website for the Back to School Night information--learning tasks will not be posted until this afternoon since teachers are also gaining access for the first time today.
Canvas Use and Participation
Students are expected to log in to Canvas each school day and engage with class activities. A minimum of one hour's worth of participation in Canvas is required to be considered prtesent for the day during distance learning.
Please see the letters below for additional information.
Parent Information for Hybrid Learning
If you were not able to join us for our parent information night on Tuesday, January 12, you'll find a recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNZ4lY8sVIQ&feature=youtu.be
As our staff produces resources for families, we will post them here so you can access them easily.
Sharing a computer at home? Check out this helpful video from Mrs. Kinsman on how to create separate profiles on Chrome so that everyone can set up their own personalized bookmarks, links, and look to suit your preferences.
Technology Help: Many teachers are using Google Classroom to support home learning activities, submitting assignments, and sharing information for classes as well. If you encounter issues with Google Classroom or a district-provided Chromebook, our technology department is available to assist you with any needs you may have. You can reach them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.