Remote Learning Tips


Accessing your H Drive

Tiffany sent out an email a while back about accessing your H drive. I did a zoom meeting with a teacher while she downloaded it, and it can be a bit confusing. Here's what you need to do:

These videos will walk you through how to do this, if you need it:

  • The first video below walks you through getting Drive File Stream on your computer and getting to where you log in to your remote desktop with the district instructions.
  • The second video walks you through getting Drive File Stream on your remote desktop and how to drag things from your H drive to your Google Drive. Then, your Drive will update (in the cloud) and you'll have your documents on Drive everywhere.

Getting Your H Drive, part 1
Getting Your H Drive, part 2

Reminder: Submit a Book Review!

Hey, Mustangs! Read any good books lately or have a favorite that everyone should read? Submit a book review to Flipgrid here:, or scan the QR code in your Flipgrid app. Help someone find their next favorite! Need help with Flipgrid? Shoot Mrs. LaRue an email, or she can video chat w/you, too. This would be a cool activity to do with great would it be to have a whole page of reveiws from students and staff in one place? My example is below, but the rest won't be on YouTube...just Flipgrid (shared on the library website for all to see).

Darius the Great is Not Okay

More Flipgrid News!

Do you use Flipgrid? Last week, Flipgrid announced the launch of this new recording feature for teachers and students. You can now create screencast videos within Flipgrid.

Check out the video below by Richard Byrne from Free Tech for Teachers to find out how to use this feature.

How to Use Flipgrid to Make Screencast Videos

Have New Students?

Send them the video below to help them get logged in to Google Apps and IC.
New Students to MRHS: logging in to Google and IC

Online Help for Staff and Students

I've added info to the Link page on the MRHS Website. These are both "Featured Links" on the MRHS Links site. If you think of something students may need, please let me know, and I'll add it to the student page.

My Office Hours

Staff is free to email me anytime, and I'm happy to chat over the phone or do a video chat, too.

For students, I've posted this on the library website:
  • Online Office Hours for Mrs. LaRue: 9:00-10:00 am and 2:00-3:00 pm, Monday-Friday
  • You can also e-mail if you need help with your password, using any of our online resources, or if you'd like to set up a video call for one-on-one help. Get quick tech help here.