Learning from Home

We have added more learning activities and resources to our website! Remember: You don't need to recreate a school day at home - just try to create an environment to learn and be engaged.

We recognize that so many of us are still figuring out how to balance school, work, the implications of this new situation AND take care of ourselves. These, as well as assignments that may be being sent home by teachers, should be completed as your circumstances and resources allow. The most important thing is that you are taking care of your socio-emotional well-being and health. 

Begin by Making a Schedule

Here are templates you can use to create a schedule that incorporates both academics and social-emotional learning 

Students - Check your SFUSD email and Google Classroom Daily

The below links and resources are available if your school is not pushing out daily work. Prioritize the work that is being sent by your teachers. Complete assignments and use these resources as circumstances allow. These two weeks will not count against your GPA, but may be used as extra credit. You can also use this time to make assignments with your teachers’ approval. Email your teachers to ask them for that option.

Student Norms for Learning Online

  • Be respectful, responsible, and safe- The rules from your school apply to your online environments as well. Keep your language respectful, compliment others for positive contributions, and be safe with your information.

  • Consider your Digital Footprint- Anything recorded or posted online is out there for anyone to find and use, positively or negatively. Make sure what you put out there shows you in a positive light.

  • Don’t share your personal or private information- Keep personal information off the internet that others can use, like your full name, birthdate, address and phone number. Never share your username or password.

  • Write and read postings carefully to avoid unnecessary confusion- Remember that your peers cannot see your body language or hear your tone of voice, so you need to keep your language direct and respectful.

  • Ask for help if you get lost- If you are having a hard time following what’s being talked about or don't understand a part of the conversation, please let others know so they can help you get back on track.

Digital Citizenship

Before students go online, explore these Digital Citizenship Resources for SFUSD Students

Daily At-Home Learning Plan

Each day, plan a learning schedule by picking activities from each of the subject areas below. Additional resources are available on the "Resources for Learning" homepage.

This page was last updated on April 3, 2020