What is Google Classroom?
Google Classroom is a digital learning platform, which teachers use to interact with their students
What type of device may be used to access Google Classroom?
To access Google Classroom, students may use any device that can access the internet. For example, they may connect to Google Classroom with a cell phone, iPod, iPad, Xbox, PlayStation, desktop computers, and Mac computers.
How does a student access Google Classroom?
Students will need to use their school username and password and
1. At the top of this page,
3. Click on the Google Classroom app.
What if a student does not know their username or password?
For username or password assistance, students in grades K-8 should contact their homeroom teacher. High school students should contact their advisement teacher.
How may a student use Google Classroom on an Android mobile device?
To use Classroom on your Android device,
1. On your device, tap Google Play Store.
2. Find and
Can a student use Google Classroom on an Apple (iOS) mobile device?
To use Classroom on your iPhone® or iPad®,
1. On your device, tap App Store.
2. Find and
Do I need any other apps on my mobile device to use Google Classroom?
To use all the features of the Classroom app, you need Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. If they aren't already on your device, you can get them from the Google Play Store (Android) or App Store (iOS). Alternatively, if you are on your mobile device, you can use the links provided below.
Who can I contact to receive tech support for Google Classroom, Chromebooks, password support, etc?
Every Tuesday and Thursday, parents can bring Chromebooks in for repairs from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. at Langston Road Elementary or 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. at C.B. Watson Primary School. Parents can also call the technology Helpdesk at 478-988-6145 between 7:30 a.m. -7:30 p.m. every weekday.
For a list of questions and answers on Google Classroom in our district, click here.
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