Welcome to "Distance Learning"
If you made it this far, you're right on track! It would be a good idea to "bookmark" this page on your web browser so you can come back to it easily and often.
Below, you will see circle icons for each of the academic departments at Freedom High School. When you click on any of those, you will see another list of subjects in each department. Everything is linked to where teachers will be posting their instructions and methods of communication for each subject area.
Most "core" subjects/teachers are using online materials that can be accessed through the Clever website. Students, when you log in, use your student ID# for your username in this format: [Student ID#]@luhsd.net. For freshmen, the password is your birthday YYYYMMDD [4 digit year, 2 digit month, 2 digit day]. All other students will use a State Student ID (SSID) which can be found in Aeries.
Our district provides every student with a personal email and online file-sharing ability using Microsoft "OneDrive". You can even download the full Microsoft Office Suite to your personal computer! If you have trouble logging in to your student Microsoft account to access those files, your username should be [Student ID#]@luhsd.net, and the password is your birthday YYYYMMDD [Year-Month-Day] - just like logging in to our school computers. CLICK HERE to see an example. CLICK HERE for district licensing information.Quite a few teachers will be taking advantage of this web-casting video-chat program for lectures and class discussions. Students can access these webinars on computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones. Go to ZOOM.us, click "Join a Meeting" at the top, and enter the Meeting ID# and Password provided by your teacher. PLEASE be sure to follow basic meeting etiquette (CLICK HERE) as if you were actually in a classroom. More tips in the infographic below...
Free internet access and WiFi Charter Spectrum is offering free access to internet and WiFi for 60 days for new Pre-K-12 students, college students, and teacher households who don't currently don't have the service. Comcast's internetessentials.com is also offering 2 months of free service and is bumping up speeds for all customers.