Although working remotely is challenging, our teachers have created materials that will provide our students with meaningful learning experiences and allow them to continue moving forward with their classes. These materials are posted on Google Classroom, a free online app with which our students are all familiar. In addition to posted work, teachers will communicate with students on the Google Classroom “stream” and via comments on student work.
Students can login using their school email (IDfirstname.lastname@example.org) and the same password they use to access our Chromebooks, Khan Academy, and their school GoogleDrives. All students know how to login to Google Classroom.
All HSC staff email addresses are available on the directory page of our website, so please reach out if you need support or have questions.
If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you'll also find our HSC Parent/Student Guide on Remote Learning, Grading, Attendance, Counseling, & More, a comprehensive overview of programming and supports in English and Spanish.
Thank you for partnering with us as we strive to ensure that your child’s education is not interrupted even though school has been.
- Check your Google Classroom dashboard (click on the square made of 9 boxes in the upper right corner to access classroom)
- Lessons, learning activities and assignments will be posted on Google Classroom
- Be sure to check the stream and classroom tabs for all classes
- Be sure to complete your daily assignments and submit assignments to your teachers through Google Classroom
On going student assignments:
- Read 180- System 44 Materials
- History Day assignments (in Google Classroom)
- SJS Assignments (in Google Classroom)
- Project HSC assignments (in Google Classroom)
- Independent reading (Follett Shelf)
- Khan Academy for courses and SAT prep
- Career and College Exploration (many colleges have virtual tours through their websites)
A Note to our HSC Parents: GoogleApps use a minimum of data. If you have an NHPS account, you can search for a teacher's Google Classroom; if not, you can ask your child to show his/her classroom dashboard and pages to you.
What to do if your student says his/her work is done?
- Ask to see his/her Google Classroom. Click here for a Parents' Guide to Google Classroom.
- Check Powerschool to see current progress as well as any missing work/assignments
- Research and project building for 10th and 12th grade students
- ePortfolio building for all grades
- Independent reading
- Databases for research and eBooks on library/databases page of school website
- Use Khan Academy for SAT prep and other subjects