Accessing Student Courses

  • Schoology will serve as our Distance Learning platform. This provides consistency for parents and students so they have one place to go for all of their classes. Parents can access Schoology to see what work their child has been assigned.

      • All Parkway teachers and students have Schoology accounts and upon logging in can see all their courses once enrollment is set and courses are created. From their Schoology course, students will be able to access any materials and resources needed to complete work. 
      • Parents can access Schoology to see what work their child has been assigned. 
      • More information about Schoology can be found here.

    Refer to the directions below for directions on how to get started with Schoology. 

    Logging into Schoology with a Parkway Chromebook:

    • Go to Schoology: schoology.parkwayschools.net 
    • Bookmark the site by clicking on the star at the end of the address bar
    • Login using your Parkway Google Account
    • Click on the “Courses” menu to see a list of your assigned course

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    • Click on a course to open it and find classroom materials. Learning resources and activities will be available in the center column of the page
    • Your teacher will share specific information about how to access the materials and activities needed for your class. This could include external tools like Clever, Google Drive, Flipgrid and other digital tools. 

    Logging into Schoology with a personal device:

      • Using the Chrome browser, go to www.google.com and click "Sign in" in the upper right hand corner
      • Enter your Parkway Google email and password
      • Go to Schoology at schoology.parkwayschools.net

     

    • Click on the "SSO Login" link on the login page
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    • Search for "Parkway School District"
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    • Choose your Parkway Google account from the list

    • Click on the “Courses” menu to see a list of your assigned course

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    • Click on a course to open it and find classroom materials. Learning resources and activities will be available in the center column of the page

    • Your teacher will share specific information about how to access the materials and activities needed for your class. This could include external tools like Clever, Google Drive, Flipgrid and other digital tools.