• Parent Resources:
    Information for Parents 
    Apple Support:
    Apple has pulled together several resources to support our customers, teachers, students and parents in this new and uncertain time. 
    Apple has put together a variety of Apple Education Support Communities:
    AppleCare will help with “how do I do this...” software/apps/product feature questions as well as more traditional technical support. 
    You can chat online, ask questions, and get help from these Apple Education support communities: AppleCare experts are available to help educators and leaders with dedicated support. Connect with Apple Education phone support at 1-800-800-2775, option 3.

    Find best practices for how to clean your Apple products here.

    The App Store has curated the Learn and Study From Home collection to help educators and parents get the most out of their Apple products.

    We invite you to follow us on Twitter @AppleEDU for chats with other teachers about remote learning, and join the Apple Teacher Learning Center to stay up to date on using Apple products and services.

    Digital Learning: Online Learning outside the classroom:
    Seesaw:  Student driven digital portfolios and simple parent communication.
    Seesaw Apps (iOS and Android available):  https://web.seesaw.me/parents

    Schoology: is a learning management system (LMS) for K-12 schools, higher education institutions, and corporations that allows users to create,
    manage, and share content and resources.  This is great tool that allows students to submit assignments or complete assessments digitally.  Parents are able 
    to create Parent accounts to view his/her student's progress or activity in Schoology.
    Schoology Website:  www.schoology.com
    Create a Parent account:  How to Create a Parent Account:
    **You will require a Parent access code.  You can call / email your school principal or counselor to gain your student(s) access code.**
    Schoology Parent SignUp

    ZOOM for Parents:

    ZOOM for Students:
    Website Resources:
    This site is provided to you by the Mississippi Department of Education.  The Family Guide for Student Success outlines what your child should learn at each grade level.
    Khan Academy is a free website of support videos for students.
    In conjunction with the National PTA, the Hunt Institute has created a series of videos that raise the voices of students, parents, teachers, school leaders, and policymakers regarding the CCSS.
    Parent Toolkit helps parents navigate their child’s educational journey from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
    National PTA® comprises millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of parent involvement in schools. This link provides Parents' Guides to Student Success
    Mississippi College and Career Ready Standards:
Last Modified on April 6, 2020