Remote Learning



Is your child home in isolation or quarantining? We’ve compiled remote learning resources that your children can use when out of school. Please feel free to take advantage of these as you are able to: 


Google Classroom

We have created a Google Classroom for students at home. On the Classwork page, you will find activities that you can use to guide your child’s at home learning.

To access this classroom, go to and enter your child’s user ID and password. If you need your child’s username and password, please request a password reset at

Click on the + sign in the upper right hand corner and enter the code for the classroom that applies to your child. 

  • If your child is in Kindergarten, 1st or 2nd Grade, enter the code 4aqagwv.

  • If your child is in 3rd, 4th, or 5th Grade, enter the code zydzwd6.

Virtual Field Trips, STEM, Art and Other Fun Online Activities

Our teachers have curated some of their favorite experiences for students learning at home here:


Khan Academy for Math    

Khan Academy has a wealth of free math practice activities and online lessons. To set up an account, please visit 

If your child is in grades 3, 4, or 5, I recommend having students complete foundational modules for modules they have already completed or are currently doing in class. These can be found here:


Need a Device for Remote Learning? 

We have many Chromebooks we can lend to students for the year. If your child needs a Chromebook, please come to the main office between 8 and 4 on Monday or Tuesday to sign out a device.  Ask for Berk Koccaz.