Remote Learning Tech Tips

April 7, 2020

Student Help Tutorials

Please refer to our Student Resource Site for any help in accessing programs your child may need. There are step by step instructions on how to ensure your child is logged in properly. No need to request access to the site or any documents as they are viewable for all to see.


Student Resource Site


If you have any further questions please email at scucstudenthelp@scuc.txed.net

Questions regarding actual assignments are best if emailed to the teacher first to troubleshoot.

Logging in to Classlink

Students do not log in using the google sign in. They will need to log in using the grey sign in button only. If they are on a mobile device then they will choose to log in with ADFS. Please be sure to always use the link found on the district webpage. If you do not see the district logo when logging in to the classlink page, they are not on the correct log in screen. Click the link below for step by step directions.

Classlink Instructions

Google Classroom

When accessing Google Classroom be sure all other accounts are signed out. Sometimes an error occurs when another account is logged in and it defaults to that account.

Students must join the Google Classroom with their district Google Account. If they join using a personal account some things may not be seen as they are viewed only through a district google account.


Below is a link to help with Google Classroom

Google Classroom Instructions


Attaching Assignment

Digital Safety and Privacy Resources

Looking for resources on how to keep your child safe online? Want to learn more about digital citizenship? Check out the resources below that can help you learn more on how to be safe online.


SCUC Safety and Privacy Resources

Assignments with Brainpop, Discovery Ed

If your child is assigned an assignment and when clicking the link it requires a log in here are a few steps to help.

First go to Classlink and open the program the assignment is using. For example if the assignment is to view a Brainpop video, open the Brainpop app in Classlink.

Leave that tab open to keep the child logged in to the program.

Go to the Google classroom in another tab and click on the assignment. It will then recognize the child and no longer require a log in.