Google Classroom Resource

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Getting Started

Play the Slideshow below to see how to log on to Google and start your 2nd Grade Google Classroom. 

Printable Directions
How to Log On To Google Classroom.pdf
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What to Expect for our Online Learners


    • Access to the Google and Google Classroom:
    • NOTE: I have already set up your child's Google Classroom account.  All they have to do is login and click on my Classroom icon.  

    o   All students will login using their school Gmail address and password:

    • Student Usernames: (This is also their email address.)
    • Student Passwords: LunchnumberPt (Please note the capital “P”.) Passwords will look something like this example: 905123Pt 
    • This password is universally used for almost all of their school-related websites, too.


    ·  Curriculum:  

    • Your online learner will be following the same curriculum as in-school students.  
    • Online Daily Schedule:  
      • I will be posting assignments daily by 8:30 each morning. 
      • Students should complete each assignment in the Classwork section by 3:30 of that assigned day. This will allow me to check academic progress throughout the school day and answer questions posted by Online Students. 
      • Because of the constraints of teaching both an In-person Class and an Online Class at the same time, all online assignments will have a final deadline of Thursday at 11:59 PM. This should accommodate any reteaching or further instruction needed that I wasn't able to get to while working with students in the physical classroom. 


    • Delivering Instruction:
      • Instruction will be delivered through the “Classwork” section of my Google Classroom. 
      • All work will be Digital Documents or Slides that will be editable and completed online.  There is a “Turn In” or "Mark as Done" button that must be pressed to submit work and receive credit.
      • Students will not--or rarely--be asked to complete actual hard copies or paper school work. 
      • In the “Classwork” section, students will see the topics, “Word Work,” “Grammar,” “Reading Skills,” and “Math.” (More topics, including Science and History will be added at a later date.)
      • Under each topic will be the assignments to be completed.
      • My instruction will include recorded lessons from me, educational videos, and/or slide shows as demonstrations.   


    • Expectations for Completing Assignments Independently:
      • All assignments are to be completed daily by the student to the best of his/her abilities and turned in the day that they are assigned.
      • While I encourage parents or guardians to help on the technical side, it’s important to allow students to complete the learning task independently.  I will account for “formatting” or technical mistakes. 


    • Grading:  
      • Anything that is graded in the classroom will be graded Online. 
      • Graded Work will be Marked “Test” or “Quiz” and will be delivered and completed digitally. 


    • Contacting the teacher:
      • Students can directly contact me on the Google Classroom “Classwork” page in a special box that says Private Comment.  That will show up instantly in my email.  However, please be advised that I will be teaching a live, in-person class and will not always be readily available to answer emails immediately.
      • Parents/Guardians assisting students can email me at


Understanding Google Classroom Videos

Below are videos from YouTube to help you understand Google Classroom better.  

Parent's guide to Google Classroom

Teacher's guide to Google Classroom

Teacher's guide to creating Google Forms