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Virtual learning for schools w/no AC June 14

City Schools without air conditioning or with A/C units under repair will participate in virtual learning while staff will teach from home on Monday, June 14. View full list of schools at

Meal sites located at those schools will be closed.

Expires on 6/14

Distance Learning

City School students will participate in distance learning each day, in real time, with their teachers. Instructional materials and lessons will be accessed online using applications provided by City Schools. All students in need will be provided with a laptop to attend classes, access online platforms, complete assignments and communicate with teachers. 


Distance learning for the start of school will follow each student’s individual schedule. All student schedules for the 2020-2021 school year will be available via Campus Portal. Attendance will be taken daily. If your child needs a laptop but was not able to receive one on or before the first day of school, there will be no penalties for lessons they are unable to complete or for missed attendance.  Students and families must notify their school each day they are without a laptop so our records are updated, students are credited and students receive a laptop as soon as one becomes available.


Students must log in to use Zoom. Learn how by clicking the "Zoom Sign-In Directions" button below

All students should log into Zoom before attending live sessions. Beginning Thursday, September 17, ONLY authenticated users will be able to access district Zoom meetings. If students do not log in, they will be unable to engage in live sessions.To learn more, scroll down the page to the button about Zoom.


Student Support Hotline

The Student Support Line will provide live assistance to parents/families to resolve concerns Monday through Friday – please call 443-984-2001. The hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Distance Learning Resources

See Instructions

Zoom Sign-In Directions

Zoom for Students and Families

Internet Access

Campus Portal



Google Classroom for Students and Families

Directions - Issues with logging into your Chromebook


Tips to Help Your Child Focus and Stay Engaged

Courtesy: Johns Hopkins School of Education

Proper Internet Etiquette

Courtesy: Pearson

Family Guide for Clever

Device Use and Care Overview

Chromebook Overview Flyer

Assessments and tests during virtual learning

Students will take assessments and tests during virtual learning. They help teachers know your child’s strengths, what they have learned, and areas where they may need additional support. Almost all tests and assessments will be given during class time, and teachers will help students log into the tools they need to take the tests

Extracurricular and Enrichment Opportunities

Virtual activities are not limited to the school day! These free or low-cost offerings contain various programs and/or sites where students can explore their passions and interests while still safe at home. One day students could be touring the Georgia Aquarium, the next taking an online art class at the Walters Art Museum!

Visit the extracurricular and enrichment opportunities webpage to find suggested activities organized by grade band and then by content areas.