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Click for Remote Learning Information. Updated 4/7/20




Updated on 4/7/20  

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Forest Hills High School Google Classroom G Suite


Forest Hills High School has created our own G Suite for Google Classroom.  This will eliminate student registration issues.  All students had their accounts automatically created and many teachers are in the process of switching over their Google Classrooms.

·         This G suite provides unlimited storage

·         G suite access for free

·         Ability to work with your classmates and teachers  in shared spaces


Students sign into the FHHS Google Account

·         Go to the google mail page

·         You will sign in using your new FHHS domain name @foresthillshs.org 

o   The domain name is your first name and first letter of your last name followed by the last 4 digits of your OSIS number with no spaces.

o   Your password is your OSIS number

§  Example John Smith OSIS number 123456789 his domain name is johns6789@foresthillshs.org

o   Students may or may not change their own passwords. 




Dear Forest Hills High School Community,

 

Remote Learning:

·      Students will receive work from their teacher.
·      Can’t reach your teacher?

o   Click REMOTE LEARNING for level-approiate, teacher-team-created departmental work

o   Tell us which teacher you can’t reach in your daily attendance survey

o   Teacher/Staff emails are available on the Forest Hills High School Website.

o   Students are to take the work seriously by completing the assignments, engaging in any online class experiences and, if necessary, organizing work that did not get submitted electronically in folders they can turn in when we return to regular classes.

o   All work is designed to provide continuity for the students through opportunities to review previously studied topics, advance into new categories and apply new or old information to skill development.



 

Some of the challenges presented by remote learning are new and may require flexibility and adjustments.  Many of the obstacles, however, are the same as on any given school day.  I hope that students take seriously the need to schedule themselves and pace the completion of their assignments as keeping routines help generate productive habits.  Make sure that you have checked in with your teachers and that you have completed your assignments. If your assignments are on a public forum, remember that the virtual space is now your classroom and that you are expected to adhere to school policies.   Take advantage of the independence this unexpected opportunity affords you and demonstrate to all your maturity and self-reliance.  And if the work gets hard, please reach out to your teachers as they are at the ready.

To all of the FHHS community, I wish you health as we work together to overcome this challenge.

 

Best,

Paul Wilbur, Principal