The first day of Fort Worth ISD's 2020-21 school year is Tuesday, Sept. 8 and first four weeks will be conduced online. Students will access their classes digitally and engage with teachers and classmates according to the Trimble Tech Virtual Schedule on A/B Block.
The district has provided additional information for high school students and families to support their efforts for a smooth start to virtual instruction. Teachers will provide daily, direct instruction to students. All 9-12th grade teachers will use Google Classroom to organize and deliver virtual instruction. Teachers will also provide a Google Site for contact information, syllabus or course descriptions. Daily classes will be held according to the TTHS virtual schedule, through Google Meet. Some district resources will be accessed through ClassLink.
Additional information about each platform is listed below:
Google Classroom: all high school grade levles and courses will use this platform to organize and deliver virtual instruction
Google Meet:common video conferencing application used to engage students in synchronous activities
Google Site:created by teachers to provide more direct communication to students and families
ClassLink:Fort Worth ISD's single-sign-on (SSO), dashboard containing all district resources and instructional applications, click here to sign in.
For more assistance with virtual instruction, click here to find tools and informational videos that help families prepare for the new school year.