- Google Apps
- Home Access
- NW History Express
The Joy of Canvas!
Canvas is a new option for classes to add a digital classroom space to their learning. Join us as we paint the way to new paths for learning.
What's Canvas? It's like eCampus but better! It's a one-stop-shop for learning resources, a digital planner, class notifications and announcements, turning in assignments, assessments and discussion forums.
Gr 7-12 students -
Did you know you have Gmail in your Google Apps for Education account?
What's my email address? Typically, your email address will be- firstname.lastname@example.org But, if more than one student in the district has the same first and last name, there may be a number after your last name. The best way to find your email address is to login to Google Apps for Education. You will see your email address on the right side of the browser window.
Please note that inappropriate language is not permitted in email in your Google Apps for Education account. Messages with inappropriate language are automatically routed to the principal. So, if you wouldn't say it to your grandma, don't say it in email!
Home Access for students and parents
All primary guardians and parents have been assigned a username and password for Home Access. In addition, all students in Grades 6-12 can use their district network login to check their grades in Home Access.
All Aboard! Travel with us on a journey through the history of Northwest Franklin County. Take a ride on the Northwest History Express
Educational Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
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