Inglemoor Student Resources for Remote Learning
Please join the Kirkland Youth Council for a virtual youth summit, "21st Century QuaranTEEN Summit" that will cover and address all sorts of questions about the lives of teens during COVID! This even is open to all students grades 6-12 in the area. You do not need to live in Kirkland to join webinar. Inglemoor's counselor Chase Stevens will be one of the panelists! Wednesday, May 13th 3:30-5:00pm.
Focus areas topics/questions include:
- Post high school planning
- SAT/ACT – pros and cons to taking the test, how will the online format work
- How to make and save money?
- Additional financial support for college?
- What are aspects of a healthy lifestyle and how can we maintain those during the current situation?
- Healthy eating on budget and restrictions
- Workout plan without access to equipment
- Mental Health
- Where can we find help and support?
- How to stay positive and hopeful
- How can we help a friend?
- How can we best schedule/plan our days?
- Staying motivated
- How to stay busy
- Navigating online schooling
- How are teachers communicating and what are their expectations? Is there a Districtwide procedure?
- Pass/Fail options
- Where to ask for help – technical and academic?
- How to stay on top of schoolwork
- How to nurture and manage relationships
- Inside the house – tension, boundary issues, privacy
- Family outside of the home
The Spring 2020 Library Assistants curated some amazing resources that our school community could use.
Student Curated Distance Learning Resources
Additional collections of books and other resources have been granted during our time in distance learning. Please visit Distance Learning Additional Remote Resources for access.
Below are helpful steps to troubleshoot Student Zoom login issues.
Free Popular NOVA Films
PBS is sharing collections of some of their favorite NOVA films, free to binge watch from home. Simply click "I'm already subscribed" when video pop-up window prompts and you're in!
Adobe At-Home Access for Secondary Staff and Students
As a result of campus closure, student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and educators, so that they can continue their work remotely.
For District Assigned Macs: If you are using a district assigned Macintosh that does not have Adobe Creative Cloud software installed and you need the software to participate in distance learning, your teacher or School Technology Specialist (firstname.lastname@example.org) can request this for you.
For Personal Devices: [Please follow the instructions below] to enable access to Creative Cloud Desktop Apps on a personal PC or Mac. Creative Cloud Desktop Applications are not supported by Adobe on Chromebooks.
Codecademy Learn From Home Pro Scholarship
Codecademy teaches millions of learners web development, mobile development, and data science skills. In the wake of school closures due to COVID-19, they are offering 10,000 scholarships to Codecademy Pro for free to high school and college students across the world for the rest of the school year. Create a free account using your NSD student email, but act fast as there are only 10,000 spots. An account gets you access to Pro (for free) for a full 90-days.
Free Online Ivy League Courses
At the link above you can find 450 Ivy League courses that you can take online for free, right now. Some of the Courses offered include Computer Science, Humanities, Business, Art and Design, Science, Health & Medicine and Personal Development.
Jostens Renaissance team has been working hard to provide ways to help keep school communities connected as we navigate the challenge of continuing to learn and connect while in isolation. The home page of www.JostensRenaissance.com has been redesigned to feature resources available to the public (no login necessary) during these times.
"Rooted in Love" video is featured on the above website and is a powerful statement for students, teachers and parents about finding the common threads in what we all are feeling, and using those threads to connect with each other even as we are separating ourselves.
Believe In You
A Student Athlete Engagement Tool
Believe in You® is an episodic series designed to educate students and staff about the incredible power of believing in yourself, despite the challenges and trials that life may present. Hosted by Kevin Atlas, and starring personalities from around the country who have overcome personal challenges to accomplish the extraordinary.
30 Days of Kindness: Daily Kindness Journal
To combat the inevitable confusion and loneliness and pain ahead of us caused by this pandemic , CharacterStrong is offering a Kindness Practice every day for at least the next 30 days - and ALL of them can be done even if you can't leave home. It will take you 10 minutes or less and it will be designed to give yourself, your community, and this world a daily dose of generosity, connection, empathy, and Love.
CharacterStrong is partnering with some amazing speakers, storytellers, and musicians to bring you online assemblies on a weekly basis. More information is coming soon, but expect to see content links of virtual assemblies posted here.
Virtual Assembly info
BrainPOP is an animated education site for kids covering a wide range of topics such as science, social studies, English, math, arts, music, health, and technology. You can find IHS BrainPOP school code for signup in the document linked below.
*(Use your NSD account to access Inglemoor BrainPOP code here). Click on "ENTER CODE" in the upper right hand corner of the BrainPOP website to create an account.