Aeries for Parents
Parent Canvas Accounts
Parents can create a Canvas account to observe their student's courses. Please follow the Parent Portal Instructions to create your account. You cannot set this feature up on a mobile device, such as an smartphone. However, it can be used on a mobile device once it is set up on a computer.
To observe a second student in Canvas - login using your parent Canvas account:
Go to Account---Settings--Observing
Enter the Student Pairing Code
Click the +Student button and follow the prompts to add student.
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LGSUHSD APP Agreements Student privacy laws mitigate the need to have clarity on what APP's you can safely use in schools. APP's must follow acceptable use district guidelines in concert with LCAP and agreed Board adopted curriculum. Read about privacy with F3/CETPA/counties/schools Any online software, extension, or add-on used on District Chromebooks/Laptops/Devices by students must adhere to the CA student privacy agreement in order to be considered for use.
Please read our Google FAQ. & here's more information Google Education Apps, in AB 1584 Compliance, Data Privacy Guidebook, , Created by F3, CETPA "Pause Before You Post" video. Google+ is turned off for.
** What are G Suite for Education core services? The G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education) core services are the heart of Google’s educational offering to schools. The core services are Gmail (including Inbox by Gmail), Calendar, Classroom, Contacts, Drive, Docs, Forms, Groups, Sheets, Sites, Slides, Talk/Hangouts and Vault. These services are provided under the G Suite agreement.
You can can use G Suite core services in compliance with COPPA and FERPA. G Suite core services contain no advertising and do not use information in those services for advertising purposes. More than 50 million students, teachers and administrators in almost every country in the world rely on G Suite to learn and work together. We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of all our users, including students.
Parent Notification Regarding the Use of Video Conferencing
I will be utilizing video conferencing software to communicate with students for remote learning. Parents may opt out of having your student(s) participate in video conferencing if you do not want them to participate. By allowing your students to log in, you are providing consent of communication and recording for instructional purposes. Teachers may record any video conference. Teachers all have email addresses and can answer questions through email if your student(s) has questions about assignments and does not want to participate in a video conference.
Video conferences are just like the classroom in that all classroom behavioral expectations are still expected. Students who use inappropriate language, share inappropriate images, or in any way behave inappropriately on a video conference will be subject to appropriate discipline. Students may not record or take pictures of video conferences without teacher permission just like in the classroom based on our acceptable use policies.
Video conferences are also occurring in multiple student homes, so there is no expectation of privacy. Siblings and other family members may be listening or viewing the video conferences. It is the parents’ responsibility to monitor their student’s use of the Internet and of school devices especially when students are involved in classroom discussions or video conferences.