Distance Learning Resources

  • I'm a Parent

    We've created some resources to help you get started. You'll find some tutorials on some of the tools we'll be using and what you can expect. 

    Parent Resource Site

  • I'm a Teacher

    Teachers, we've built a resource site with tutorials and support. 

    Staff Resource Site

  • Online Activities- Posted March 2020

    During the school closure enrichment activities will be available for all students.  These activities are voluntary

    In the event of school closures, we have provided the following Google Classrooms for each grade level. Students will use their @sbusd.net account, which is firstname.lastnamexxxx@sbusd.net, where the xxxx is the last four numbers of the student ID. For example, Han Solo's account would be Han.Solo1970@sbusd.net. 

     To access the classes, go to classroom.google.com. Students will login to their Google account, then click the PLUS sign in the top right corner and use the join code below. Click here for some more specific directions.  

    SBUSD TK Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: 53m33g7

    SBUSD K Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: omgfzvl

    SBUSD 1st Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: nqxhkwx

    SBUSD 2nd Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: so4hmj5

    SBUSD 3rd Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: tiiygo4

    SBUSD 4th Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: bkv3uhq

    SBUSD 5th Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: qdhy2lu

    SBUSD 6th Grade Online Learning Google Classroom- Class code: 5mb5hlt

     

    Not sure where to start? Try watching this quick one minute ten second video of how to access Google Classroom or take a look at these slides (not created by District staff, credit Tanya Bratton). If you have any questions about connecting to the classrooms, please contact your child's teacher for additional information. 

     

     Tips on Keeping Devices Clean

    • Turn off and unplug components before cleaning.
    • Wring out any disinfecting wipe, so it’s moist instead of saturated.
    • Do not pour or spray liquid directly on the devices.
    • Do not use sanitizer gel on the devices as it can also cause water damage.
    • You can use rubbing alcohol or a bleach solution on a cloth if you don’t have wipes.(Keep in mind bleach will break down plastic over time if used too frequently).