Remote & Hybrid Learning Checklist

Dear Families,

We look forward to welcoming our students back to school next week both in person and virtually. As part of our preparation for remote instruction, we have put together a website dedicated to all of our technology-based learning platforms. This site provides direct links, tutorials, and answers to our most frequently asked technology questions.

We would also encourage all families to attend one of the two Titan Tech Training sessions for families on Thursday, September 17th. We will be offering two sessions, one from Noon-1:00 PM and another from 7:00-8:00 PM. Login Details are below.

As we embark on the new school year we wanted to highlight a few important technology updates. All students in grades Prek-12 have a Google account. Student accounts are set up as lastname.firstname@pembrokek12.org.

In addition, all students in grades Prek-12 have access to our single sign-on portal called Clever. This helps students log in to their learning platforms all in one place. To access Clever, click here.

Grades Prek through 2 will be utilizing SeeSaw as our learning management platform. Teachers will use this platform to share interactive assignments and announcements. *Please note that some grade 2 teachers may opt to use Google Classroom instead and will communicate this directly with their classroom families.

Grades 3 through 12 will be using Gooogle Classroom as the learning management platform. It’s accessible in the waffle with all of the other Google Tools. Only students can access Classroom, and parents can receive Guardian Summaries. For a tutorial, click here.

All of our virtual meetings will be held using the video conference tool, Google Meet. Only students using @pembrokek12.org accounts will be allowed to access the meets.

In addition to the two main learning management platforms, students will have access to a variety of Google-based tools such as Google Slides, Docs, Forms, and more! Gmail (Pembroke’s email app) will only be enabled for grades 2-12.

Remote students will engage in daily instruction through remote learning. Attendance will be taken daily and students are expected to engage in course work daily. This Remote Learning Checklist will help you prepare your at-home learning environment.

We look forward to seeing you all both in-person and virtually very soon!

Titan Tech Family Q&A Session

Please join our Titan Tech Guru & Director of Instructional Technology, Brandon Hall on Thursday, September 17th for one of our informative Q&A sessions.

Session 1:

12:00 PM- 1:00 PM

Session 2:

7:00 PM- 8:00 PM

Join with Google Meet


Join by phone

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Technology Devices

All students in Pembroke Public Schools will be provided with remote learning devices. The younger students will receive an Ipad and the older students will receive a Chromebook.

Device pick-up schedules vary by each building. All schedules are posted to the website calendar. If you cannot pick-up a device during the scheduled time frame, please contact your building administrators directly.

Students will be expected to use a school-issued device while in school. We cannot support personal devices at school, nor can we push out important software on personal devices. Students are free to use their personal devices at home, although we strongly encourage them to use the school-issued device so our Technology Department can troubleshoot any issues.

Getting Started with Clever

All students have access to our single sign-on portal Clever. Once students sign in through Clever, they have access to all their accounts with all district programs here. To access Clever single sign-on, click here.
How to login to Clever

Getting Started with Google Meet - PreK-12

Google Meet - Google Meet is Pembroke's video conferencing tool. Only students using @pembrokek12.org user accounts may enter Meets.

Google Meet with Upgrades 3/2020

Getting Started with SeeSaw- PreK-2

Grade Pre K through 2 - Seesaw is our grade PK-2 Learning Management System. Teachers use Seesaw to share interactive assignments and announcements.

Seesaw is a simple way for teachers and students to record and share what's happening in the classroom. Seesaw gives students a place to document their learning, be creative and learn how to use technology. Each student gets their own journal and will add things to it, like photos, videos, drawings, or notes. When there are new Seesaw posts, families can be notified via app notification, email, or SMS. Parents are only notified about their own child’s work, and all data is safe and secure.

Stay Connected to the Classroom with Seesaw

What is Seesaw? Introduction for Families (English)

Getting Started with Google Classroom 3-12

Grades 3 through 12 - Google Classroom is the learning management system for Grades 3-12. It's accessible in the waffle with all the other Google Tools. Only students can access Classroom, and parents can receive Guardian Summaries. For a tutorial, click here.

*Please note some grade 2 teachers may opt to use Google Classroom instead of SeeSaw

How to Use Google Classroom for Parents!

Getting Started with PowerSchool- 7-12

Before you can log into PowerSchool Student Portal, you will need your school's PowerSchool Student Portal URL, your username, and your password. Your username and password are provided by your guidance office. If you have a question regarding your login, please go to the school's guidance office. For security reasons, usernames and passwords cannot be given out over the phone or via email.

Click here to open PowerSchool in a new tab. You will be able to click back to this tab to continue following these instructions.

Enter your username
Enter your password
Click "Sign In"

Once logged in, you can use the menu on the left to view your schedule, assignments, grades, and attendance:

Getting Started with Edgenuity (Cohort D Students Only)

Our district has partnered with Edgenuity® to offer virtual learning for our fully remote students. This partnership means that students have access to additional guided instruction delivered by Edgenuity educators and/or assigned lessons to work on independently.

This platform will serve as a supplemental platform for our 100% remote students.

Additional information and training will be provided to our 100% remote families and we will be contacting them directly.

Do you need more information?

Visit the Pembroke Public Schools Technology Help Site

Please use the page directory on the site located in the top-right hand corner to select the appropriate area(s) in which to access assistance. Everything you would need to know about Pembroke's Technology is located on this site, including tutorials and basic care of devices, as well as district approved tools. If you have further questions, please reach out to our tech staff on the help page.