SLP Schools Online: Grades K-6

September 15, 2021 Newsletter

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Greetings Online K-6 families,

The 2021-2022 school year is off to a great start. The first few days of school are always about relationship building and routine setting. This is true even for online learning. Relationship building may look and sound different in this setting, but the feeling of community and belonging is still there.


Online teachers have had many rewarding virtual visits with students and families over the last several days. This is a great first step in building a strong and trusting relationship between home and school. We appreciate the time you were able to spend with us. As we move into next week, we hope all begin to feel more comfortable in the routines and schedules we are establishing.


Each week, Wednesday will be an asynchronous (on-demand) learning day for students. Teachers will be using this time for professional learning, family communication, planning and design. There will be some synchronous (live) learning experiences for students based on need. Please encourage your child to engage in the Wednesday learning in meaningful ways. Teachers will be taking attendance at the end of the day on Wednesday based on evidence of student participation.


I have had a few questions regarding technology. If you still need a school-issued iPad or have other tech questions, please reach out to our tech department through the following ways, by email at techsupport@district16.org or call 763-600-5555.


Finally, please call the SLP Schools Online K-6 attendance line to report a student absence when a student is too ill to participate in "live" sessions, and/or complete daily work expectations. I also ask that you call the attendance line if a student will miss instruction for other reasons, including vacations, appointments, etc. The attendance line is: 763-600-5209.


The online staff and I are here to assist. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have.


Take care,


Kimberly Fehringer

SLP Schools Online K-6

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Technology Resources To Help You Right Now

Having trouble remembering your parent passwords? Not sure how to log in to Schoology? Wondering how to fix an iPad that isn't working properly? We’ve gathered links and information in a hub for you on the Technology Tools, Resources and Log Ins page.


Parent Passwords

Our troubleshooting tips on the Technology Tools, Resources and Log ins page include information on parent passwords. Here are a few tips:


  • If you don't have a district parent username, please contact techsupport@district16.org
  • In many cases, you are using a district created username and password, which means clicking a "forgot my password" links on pages within Campus and Schoology will not work. To change your district password, go to the SLP Password Portal. The link and other information is located under Troubleshooting tips on the Technology Tools, Resources and Log ins page.
  • Seesaw is a parent-created account. If you need to change your Seesaw password, you will reset your password through the Seesaw website.


iPad Tips



Schoology Tips



Seesaw Tips:


  • To log into Seesaw, click on the Clever app, scan the QR code and click on Seesaw. (The QR code you got from the district will not work on the Seesaw Class app - only the Clever app)

  • Students need to be logged in through the Seesaw Class app to see and submit work. The Seesaw Family app is for parents to view completed work and communications.


Find this information and so many more tips and video tutorials about these applications and others on the Technology Tools, Resources and Log Ins page.

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