Hansberry College Prep - Parent Portal Homepage

The federal Emergency Broadband Benefit is a temporary program that provides discounts of up to $50 a month for internet service at home. Participants also get a one-time discount of up to $100 for a device (purchased through a participating provider). A household can qualify if at least one member:

  • Participates in a federal assistance programs like SNAP or Medicaid;

  • Receives benefits under the free and reduced-price school meal program;

  • Received a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year; or

  • Lost a job or experienced a substantial loss of income during the pandemic.

Remote Learning Guide - Draft Matt

Remote Learning Guide for Parents

The shift to remote learning has been a big adjustment for students, teachers, and parents. At Hansberry, we understand the difficulties remote learning presents for all of us. This guide is a resource for joint success.

What's inside?

  • instruction, attendance and grading breakdown for semester 1

  • tips for parents on how to offer support during remote learning

  • HCP staff photos and email

  • technology defined

How to log in to your Chromebook?

What is Google Classroom?

How does Hansberry uses Google Classroom, Zoom, and Powerschool?

Network Calendar (SY21)

Resources:

CLICK HERE! (A free list of online websites and apps for K-12 you can use to support your student!)


Free Online Homework Help - Chicago Public Library

Internet for Eligible Families

Eligible CPS families can now receive high-speed internet in their homes immediately at no cost for up to four years. There are no installation or upfront equipment fees and families are not required to provide a social security number.

To find out if you are eligible, check out Chicago Connected's eligibility tool. If you are eligible, you’ll be provided an activation code for Comcast or RCN. You can also connect with your school to confirm your eligibility and receive your activation code.