The BCC: a big cloud campus to support a cloud learning environment


PUHSD's @Home apps 


i.e. emailing parents


Your teacher account:


Reading & research:
Username- ProQuest!


Apps for your phone:


District: Form
Colfax: Form
Confluence: Form
Del Oro: Form
Foresthill: Form
Maidu: Form
Placer: Form

Join G+

Share via G+ or email.


Log in to your teacher account.

Cloud Tools

In addition to the core G Suite (Mail, Drive, Docs), these are the tools to support cloud learning. 

Screencastify: record lessons, lectureschats & WOW!

Drive: Scan w/ Drive phone app...coming soon

Calendar: NEW! Invite G Classroom to Office Hours (+mshatswell!)

Meet (aka Hangouts Meet): Video Office Hours & GridView 

aka: BradyBunch (+nzerwas!) & Nod to "Raise Hands" in Meet

Jamboard App: Intro, In a Meet (+sclifton!) & Jam w/ Students

Chat (aka Hangouts Chat): Why? & Set Notifications

More on Meet

 Level 1: Start and join video meetings (courtesy of Google)

Learn these basics to get started with Hangouts Meet.

Start a video meeting

Learn the different ways to start a video meeting, such as from a Calendar invite, a web browser, or your phone.

Join a video meeting

Learn the different ways to join a video meeting, such as from a Calendar invite or meeting link.

Add people to a meeting

Learn the different ways to add people to a video meeting, such as from a Calendar invite, Meet, or a phone.

Webcam Use

The HyperDoc

Many have begun building these Google Docs with links to guide students through a lesson. Here is an example from Cris Everett and a how-to slide deck courtesy of Joel Agee. Drop it in a doc!

Docs for Distance

Use these graphic organizers, curated from sources like The NY Times Learning Network and the Stanford History Project. Each can easily be shared through Google Classroom, where students complete and return to you without touching a printer.


Check out this interactive tutorial to set your Gmail to work offline. Let your students know, too. Thanks.  

Camera Shy?

Screencastify and Meet require a camera and mic. Make sure you're good to go. Here's a testimonial from an introvert. 


Cloud Lessons

Applied Digital Skills are lessons where students explore a topic and at the same time learn the G Suite tools. Some are individualized but many also encourage collaboration. They are ideal for cloud learning. Search by your subject and build a playlist, or deliver directly through Classroom.

The Menus

Check out the teacher-curated resources in the subject pull-down menus above. Send us your suggestions here or email us at

Free Tools

Darren Belles found a list of EdTech companies that are offering their premium services at no cost through June 30. Here's the list.  

App Request

Complete this form to request a Chrome or Android app or browser extension.

PC => Cloud

Here's how to get your stuff from your PC to Google Drive so you can work from anywhere you need to be. Thanks to Tanya Zito for creating the how-to video and to our site system administrators who can help you set this up.