Here you can find the answers to Frequently Asked Questions regarding iPads, apps, and other technologies related to your child's learning.
- My child can't remember his username/password. What should I do?
- Why shouldn't we set up a passcode for the iPad?
- How do I help my child connect to our home Wi-Fi?
- My child forgot the iPad at school. How can she complete her digital homework?
- My child's ipad is broken or isn't working properly. What should we do?
- Whom should I contact at ISD about problems related to my child's iPad?
Nearly every assignment can be accessed via a computer's browser so if you have a computer at home they can still access their Google drive, Google Classroom. Schoology account, Newsela, Nearpod, Big Universe, IB Virtual Resources, the GPS Virtual Learning Commons, etc.
If you do not have a computer at home, students can access our school computers after or before school and can access public computers at the public library.
If all else fails, tell them to let their teacher know as soon as they get to school the next day and an alternate plan will be implemented.
The first person to be contacted is your child's teacher. At that point, the teacher may refer the problem to our school's Library Media Specialist, Mrs. Jane Martellino. who is responsible for the implementation of our school's Digital Learning Environment. Depending on the issue, Mrs. Martellino may refer the problem to Media Technical Assistant, Chris Harris, school Principal, Mrs. Ricci, or district IT department.