What is Google Classroom?

Google Classroom is a tool that helps teachers manage coursework. With Classroom, educators can create classes, distribute assignments, grade and send feedback, and see everything in one place. Students can receive assignments and even turn in assignments using Google Classroom.

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Accessing Google Classroom

Google Classroom can be accessed directly from your browser of choice if you are using a computer. Just go to

Or log into your Chrome Browser and access the waffle/rubics cube icon and select the Google Classroom App.

If accessing from a phone, tablet or Chromebook you will need to install the app and access it from the app. Just go here to get the app for your specific device:

*You will need a school Gmail to be able to access not only email, but your Google Drive, as well as your Google Classerooms. If you do not have access to your email or need assistance with that contact

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How will our teachers be using Google Classroom for instruction?

Google Classroom will be used in a variety of different ways depending on your teacher and how they choose to implement it's use. It will typically be used for teachers to generate conversations with you, to distribute assignments or projects, and also for students to turn in work and communicate with instructors. During this time of online learning Google Classroom will likely be used in conjunction with Youtube, Google Drive, and other online methods for distributing assignments or projects.

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Here are a few links that might help you use Google Classroom (students and parents)

Quick Stundent Guide to Google Classroom (PDF) (teachers and students) (Teachers)


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