Together we can

At Home Learning

The School District of Lancaster has provided educational resources to encourage learning at home while our schools are closed. By April 27, all students in grades K-12 will receive planned instruction, facilitated by our faculty, at home and online. This page provides resources and information on learning management platforms.

We encourage families to partner with children to explore these resources as they are able. Some include learning with devices and technology, while others do not, which is similar to the student experience during a typical school day. Check back regularly as resources will continue to be updated!

Need support? Complete a Helpdesk Ticket, and our technology team will contact you within 48 hours.

Submit a Helpdesk Ticket

SDoL Logins

Seesaw

Username/Password:Your teacher will provide your Home Learning Code on a handout  or in an email or text message.

Visit Seesaw

Seesaw for Families

Schoology

Username: 5-Digit ID Number

Password: First Initial (capital) + Last Initial (capital) + 6-digit birthday (example: JG122503)

Visit Schoology

 

Clever

Username: 5-DigitID@sdlancaster.org

Password: First Initial (capital) + Last Initial (capital) + 6-digit birthday

Visit Clever

Google

Username: 5-DigitID@sdlancaster.org

Password: First Initial (capital) + Last Initial (capital) + 6-digit birthday

Visit Google

Elementary

Middle School

High School

Additional

28 things to do while you’re not at school

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Start a journal. Write in it every day.

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Organize your books or something else by color.

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Build something with anything!

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Interview a family member.

Email

Write a song or rap about something you love.

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Create your own math problem then solve it.

Email

Help someone who asks for help.

Email

Invent a new kind of technology to solve a problem.

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Build a reading fort. And read in it!

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Write a letter or draw a picture for your hero.

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Create your own secret code with emojis.

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Write a play and act it out.

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Create a scavenger hunt.

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Go for a safe walk.

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Call a friend. Ask them to teach you something.

Email

Sketch out your own game idea.

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Write a postcard to your teacher.

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Read aloud to someone.

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Make your neighborhood a better place.

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Help someone who doesn’t ask for help.

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Design an app to help your community or the world.

Email

Learn 5 new words. Every day!

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Make something beautiful with color or texture.

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Start a sketchbook. Draw every day.

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Create a dance routine and teach everyone!

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Read with a family member.

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Read on your own.

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Be completely silent. Then write or draw about it.

Essential Links

Please Read - Student Privacy and Data

Many companies have offered access to their tools and services at reduced or no cost during the times schools are closed due to COVID-19 precautions.

We always keep the protection of students’ privacy and data at the forefront. All of the resources on this website which require student login have been previously approved by the school district and meet the COPPA requirements for student privacy.

Parents/Caregivers should also be sure not to create accounts for their children without reading the privacy policy and terms of use.

None of the links provided by the district on this site require purchase or payment. Please do not enter any credit card or financial information into websites.

District Approved Apps to Install on iOS Devices

All SDoL iPad applications are reviewed by our team to ensure compliance with all state and federal student privacy laws and are recommended by our curriculum department.

Search and explore iPad applications by grade and subject area to download for iPad or iPhone.

iPad Applications

Google for Education - Sign In

All SDoL Students have a Google for Education account. This account may be used to sign into many free educational resources. Look for the “Sign in with Google” icon on many websites.

Clever - Instant Sign On

eBooks & Library Collections

New! Lightbox Interactive ebooks!

Lightbox

Looking for new and exciting books to read? Check out Destiny Discover, Open eBooks, and much more!

District eBook Collections

Seesaw for Elementary

To access Seesaw, download the Seesaw app from Self Service or navigate to app.seesaw.me.

Technology Resources for Non-English Speaking Families

PreK Resources

Elementary Resources

K-5th Grade

Middle School Resources

6th - 8th Grade

How to set up your iPad

This video, featuring school counselor Miss Laughner, will assist middle school students with setting up their iPad for enrichment and review and planned instruction.

High School Resources

9th - 12th Grade

Additional Resources

Special Education Support

Online Resources

Reading

ARC Bookshelf

Search for ARC books by color. Log in via Clever.

Scholastic Learn at Home

Find your grade level and let the learning begin

Math

Math Games

Social Studies/Science

BrainPop & BrainPop Jr

Exciting videos and activities for science, social studies and more. Login via Clever.

Code.Org

Learn to code through games and interactive pathways

Art, Music, Wellness

AutoDraw