Remote Education at DPEHS
This page includes information on our scholars and remote education during the closing of DPEHS.
Remote education using our online tools will begin on Monday, March 23, 2020. Scholars will need access to a computer with a keyboard and a camera. You can stay up-to-date by checking our Instagram page.
Please review the DPEHS One Pager to Families on Virtual Learning outlining the details of remote learning at DPEHS, including frequently asked questions and a virtual schedule for scholars. Scholars should start each day by logging into Clever and accessing Google classroom to review the assignments for each day. Teachers will be available daily for office hours to answer scholar questions via Zoom.
As we prepare for remote learning, we encourage you to explore the resources below. Scholars will be utilizing Clever, Google Classroom and Jupiter Ed next week for remote learning, but we encourage you and your scholar to utilize many of the other resources below.
Additionally, if you are having issues with your computer, internet, or one of the platforms below, please complete a support request HERE and someone from our Ops team will reach out to you within 24 hours.
For login assistance please contact your scholar’s homeroom teacher. Please find all staff contact information HERE.INTERNET RESOURCES
Broadband companies are providing free Internet services during this time. Please find more information HERE.
How to Login Using the New Chromebook Login Screen
How to Login to Online Platforms – Quick Reference Guide
How to Login Using the Chromebook Login Screen
Google Classroom for Scholars
How to Access Google classroom through Clever
How to Access Assignments
How to Submit an Assignment on Google Classroom
Zoom Setup Guide for Parents (Video)
Starting on Monday, March 23rd, grab and go meals will only be available at 439 sites. The list of DOE SchoolFood sites can be found HERE. Breakfast and lunch will be available for grab and go from 7:30AM-1:30PM. Any scholar 18 years and under may go to any of these sites to pick up one breakfast and two lunch meals.
Please find information around medical testing, NYC coronavirus updates, and other resources by clicking HERE.
Clever provides access to many online learning tools including Google Classroom, Edulastic, and more. Start by logging in with the scholar’s DP email and password. If your child is having trouble logging in, please contact your scholar’s advisor directly (see link above).
Log in to Google Classroom with the scholar’s DP email and password. Assignments will be posted regularly through Google Classroom. Students will also need to turn work in on Google Classroom. If your scholar is unable to log in, please contact your scholar’s advisor.
Scholars and families can log in to Jupiter Ed with their own log-in information. Scholars’ grades will continue to be updated here regularly with at least two grades per week. If you or your scholar is unable to log in, please contact your scholar’s advisor or complete a support request HERE.
Edulastic is a digital platform that offers customizable assessment items, standards-aligned reports, and teacher-to-student feedback tools.
IXL is a great platform scholars are familiar with and have used at school. Scholars can log in to IXL through the Clever portal and practice ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies standards. Please reach out to your scholars’ teachers for specific standards to focus on.
Edulastic is a digital assessment platform that offers customizable assessment items, standards-aligned reports, and teacher-to-student feedback tools.
SimplyE is The New York Public Library’s free e-reader app that makes it easy to borrow e-books. It is available on the App Store or Google Play. Apply for a library card through SimplyE to gain access to an array of digital resources available from home during our period of closure.
One App, thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from your local library.
For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It’s that easy.
Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school. Families are encouraged to explore this resource.
The myON digital library includes thousands of digital books with optional reading supports for students from pre-K through grade 12. Use the login info below to access these resources:
School Name: NYC Reads Middle School/High School
Login to myON
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES & TOOLS TO ENHANCE ONLINE LEARNING
Please see below for a list of other helpful educational resources that are free for families to help support your scholar while school is closed. We encourage families to leverage the resources below to supplement remote learning instruction while our school is closed.