On this page you will find out how to access learning resources and supports while your student continues their learning from home and how to access tech support when you need it. You’ll also find some basic information about what you should be doing to stay healthy while away from school.
While your student is away from school and continuing their learning from home, they will access assignments and instruction using the myPascoConnect dashboard. On this dashboard students will find learning apps (myLearning, Ed, Lexia, etc.) that contain important assignments and instruction to keep up with their work while they are away.
This brief video shows you how to sign in to myPasco Connect and myLearning, where you can access all of your courses and stay in touch with your teachers.
As a school district, we always want to be prepared for possible events and situations that may lead to school closures. PCS Learning Continuity oﬀers a quick and eﬀective way to shift students from a traditional learning environment to a virtual learning environment, in the case of a school closure, individual or group learning from home or other unforeseen circumstances. The plan provides details for short- and long-term closures due to weather related events, pandemics or other environmental disasters that render brick and mortar facilities out of use. Read the full Pasco Learning Continuity Plan in PDF format, or access the web-friendly version.
The Digital Tools, Resources and Tips for Parents/Families page provides several hyperlinks that will help parents set up a parent account, get technology help, and more.
The Elementary Instructional Support page provides a list of myPascoConnect Apps for elementary students. Read the Elementary Instructional Support page in PDF format, or access the web-friendly version. Contact your elementary school to learn more about additional instructional supports available while your student is learning at home.
The Secondary Instructional Support page provides a list of myPascoConnect Apps for secondary students. Read the Secondary Instructional Support page in PDF format, or access the web-friendly version. Contact your school to learn more about additional instructional supports available while your student is learning at home.
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