Remote Learning

at FSS

Dear Families,

The Nashoba Regional School District administration and faculty recognize the significant disruption the closing of school has on your family and your child's routine. It is important to keep in perspective that it is not possible to substitute learning at home for all of the instruction that takes place in a comprehensive PK-12 school district. Consistent with guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, our staff has worked to bring you this next phase in our evolving approach to the school closures. On the pages of this site you will find updates to your child's assignments. Each Monday by 8:00 am you will find updated assignments for your children to work on over the course of the week.


Weekly Learning Plans

Teachers will create weekly learning plans and send them to parents before Monday morning of each week. These plans will help guide students and families as to what learning activities/assignments are taking place during the week. Some additional information:

  • These are guides for a whole week. It is totally reasonable that students may need to do more assignments one day and less assignments another day.

  • Students are going to be asked to do a balance of online and offline activities.

  • Specialists have posted their activities to the Specials page.

Seesaw (K-2 Students)

Students in K-2 Classrooms will be using the Seesaw application to view and respond to online assignments.

  • Please go to the Seesaw Login Page and choose to login as “I’m a Student”

  • How to switch between SeeSaw accounts. See Video

Google Classroom (3-8 Students)

Students in 3-8 will be using the Google Classroom application to view and respond to online assignments.

  • Students should already have their login credentials, if they do not have them they should reach out to the teacher

  • Here are directions to login to Google Chrome if they haven’t done so yet

Some additional helpful resources for your consideration:

Working and Learning from Home

Resources for Supporting Children's Emotional Well-Being During COVID-19

Action for Healthy Kids Blog

Mental Health Wellness Tips



Yours in partnership,

Joel Bates, Principal