Online Learning Resources


Online learning is not easy, requires a lot forethought, and keeping processes simple for you and students. This site continues to evolve. While there are only three pages, the sub-pages hold a wealth of information. Take a moment to see what is already published for you.

may site updates

Zoom User Guide

April Site updates


  1. Zoom Breakout Rooms subpage created and updated with a tutorial created by Zoom.


  1. Zoom security enhancement sub-page created with a direct copy/past from Zoom's support staff explaining what is updated.


  1. Flipgrid page updated with new links to Activity Center and Getting Students Started.

  2. Flipgrid's Do's and Don'ts embedded.


  1. FAQs page updated with a message from John Schinker about PB messages getting sent to spam.

  2. Google Drive sub-page added to G-Suite pages.

  3. Organizing Google Drive video is now live on the website.


  1. FAQs page is updated to note that Google Meet can now be recorded for grades 9-12 only.


  1. Flipgrid page updated with an embedded tweet where over 300 educators are willing to collaborate.

  2. Setting Notifications in Google Classroom tutorial now live. Find it on YouTube.

  3. Quick Guide to Google Classroom by Alice Keeler is available and linked to her original Google Drawing.

  4. A variety of content types can be added to any Padlet.


March site updates


  1. Flipgrid page is updated with links to resources published by Flipgrid.

  2. Flipgrid page now includes a parent consent form for children under the age of 13.

  3. Online discussion page went live.


  1. The Flipgrid page has been updated with resources.

  2. The Google Classroom page has been update with a Student Quick Guide to Google Classroom.

  3. The Zoom page has been updated with the Zoom User Guide.

  4. FAQs page has been updated with what access students have to Google Services.