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Elementary Study Packets Ready For Pick Up March 21 At Sulphur Bluff ISD

Online Class Materials For Sulphur Bluff ISD Students Now Available

Sulphur Bluff ISD announced information regarding distance learning instructional plans for elementary and secondary levels while school remains closed as required by the state due to COVID-19 concerns.

Online classes were made available starting Friday, March 10.

Elementary study packets are ready and may be picked up curbside between 10 a.m. and noon Saturday, March 21, at the school’s entrance.

Paper Based Assignments will be delivered on Monday March 23, during the mid morning by staff members, to students. Guidelines and instructions for online logins will be hand delivered as well, but additional information is below for ease of access.

To access K-6 Learning Plans, click on the website link for the plans.

All secondary students (grades 7-12) will be enrolled in online classes through Edmentum to complete second semester if the class is offered. Some classes may need to be offered through Google Classroom.

To access the account, the students should go online to Edmentum. The Account login is SBISD1. Students will have their login credentials or can get them from instructors. The student’s user name is the student’s ID number followed by @sulphurbluffschool.net (Example: [email protected])

Those needing paper based or low-tech options will be accommodated by instructors who will prepare engaging lessons.

IXL also has an app that is user friendly.

Elementary teachers will distribute usernames and passwords.

Students will receive or have received a class code from instructors in order to access Google Classroom. Assignments and information on lessons can be uploaded by teachers directly to the class. Students can turn in assignments through this medium as well.

Sulphur Bluff ISD administration and teachers will be on hand to assist with any questions on assignments or expectations. Teachers will be available for office hours at designated times to help with instruction.


Author: Faith Huffman

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