Student Information FAQ
This is proposed schedule of events for students to follow to help organize and manage their classwork. Please email your teacher or Assistant Principal if you are struggling in anyway with accessing or completing your classwork.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I access my teachers' distance learning resources?
- How can I reach my counselor?
- Why should I be checking my school gmail account?
- How do I join a google classroom?
- How do I turn in assignments for google classrooms?
- How do I attend a Zoom Meeting?
- How can I be successful at online learning?
- Where can I get help with preparing for the AP tests?
Classlink is the interface for accessing all of your teachers' Google Classrooms, as well as additional applications provided by the district. You will automatically be enrolled in each teacher's Google Classroom during the first week. After the first week, you will have to be manually added by the teacher. Click on the link below to be taken to the login screen. You will use your district provided login, which is the first part of your school email, ex: Tracy_D2009 and your password. If you have forgotten your password, click on the link "Help, I forgot my password" to reset it.
You can also check out this directory which lists all teachers at SRHS with the links to the resources they are providing. Some teachers have websites, others have a shared google docs. If there is no Distance Learning Resource link next to your teacher's name, please contact the teacher directly using their email for instructions.
Check out the Counseling Information page on this site by clicking the link above. Counseling Support
You all have a school-issued G-Suite account. These accounts are managed and monitored by Santa Rosa City School.
When you learn online, if you have a school-issued Gmail account, you will need to check your account every day for information from your teachers and other adults about coursework, lessons, and/or content.
Gmail is going to be an important tool for getting the information you need to successfully learn online. And if you need help using Gmail, your school can support you.
As a reminder, here's how you can access your Gmail account:
- Use any browser to access Gmail.
- If you need help resetting your password click here.
- URL: classroom.google.com
- How to Join a Class: Click Here
- Resources: https://support.google.com/
- Questions? Contact your teacher.
The district has created a variety of videos and downloadable How To, which can be found here: District Google Resources.
The following link will take you to the Zoom support page with a video and detailed instructions. Zoom Meetings
- Establish daily routines for engaging in the learning experiences.Identify a comfortable, quiet space in your home where you can work effectively and successfully.
- Regularly monitor your online classroom (i.e. Google Classroom or Teacher website,etc. ) to check for announcements and feedback from your teachers.
- Complete assignments with integrity and academic honesty.
- Do your best to meet timelines, commitments, and due dates.
- Communicate proactively with your teachers (e.g., phone, text, email, etc.) especially if you cannot meet deadlines or require additional support.
- Collaborate and support your SRHS peers in their learning.
- Comply with SRCS Acceptable Use Policy, including expectations for online etiquette.
- Proactively seek out and communicate with other adults at your school as different needs arise
First off, let's just be clear: when anyone engages online, it's essential that everyone behaves appropriately. SRHS students must follow Fair Access Technology Policy guidelines.
As a quick reminder, when you're online, be sure to:
- Use respectful behavior and language.
- Stick to appropriate topic discussions.
- Send only appropriate video transmissions.
- Use only appropriate icon, emoji, and avatar submissions.
- Be honest and do not plagiarizing or copying others’ work. Use academic integrity.
- Do not falsify information about yourself or impersonate others online.
- Immediately report cyberbullying instances to your teacher, counselor, or administrator.
- When everyone remembers to act kindly, show consideration for others, and treat one another online as you wish to be treated in person, we'll all be able to focus on learning.