Distance Learning

How to Become a Canvas Observer

Below is a list of videos created for Observers. It can be found on our 4J Tech Tutorials webpage. In addition to these Observer videos, there are more videos for Students on this 4J web page taken from our Canvas 101 courses as well as the Canvas support page. The list below should be hot-linked so you can go directly and view these for yourself.

From Eugene SD 4J – for Parents/Observers

Mental Health Resources

If you or someone you know is struggling, please check out these Mental Health Resources. Or, schedule an appointment with your academic counselor.

Lines for Life has recently launched a COVID-19 Emotional Support Line that is also being tapped to receive calls regarding the wildfires. Callers do not have to be in crisis to utilize this line and access supportive listening, compassion, and connection to resources. This line is 24/7 and the number is 855-238-8644 (non-800-number version is 503-575-3761)

The Oregon Family Support Network has a supportive helpline available for parents of children that are experiencing mental health concerns. On this line, parents can speak with other parents that have gone through similar challenges. Find more information at www.reachoutoregon.org

Student Links

Tips for Caring for Student Laptops

Accounts for Parents

Parent Tech Training: https://vimeo.com/478671172 (recorded on November 9, 2020)

Parents can view their student(s)’s progress and control the way they receive announcements from Churchill and 4J. Here are some of the web services available to 4J parents.

  • ParentVUE — Contact Trisha Jackson, jackson_tr@4j.lane.edu, for activation information.
  • Canvas — To set up your account, click on “Canvas for Families,” then “Click Here For an Account” and follow the instructions from there. Your student or their teacher can provide the pairing code.
  • SchoolMessenger — Log in or create your account using the email address we have on file for you in your student’s record. Look for the preferences option in the menu to adjust whether you receive texts, phone calls, and emails from 4J and Churchill.

Technology Support

High school students are expected to understand the appropriate use of technology in the school. This includes the use of school devices and equipment and the use of personal devices while at school. A copy of Eugene School District 4J’s “Technology Appropriate Use Guidelines” can be downloaded at http://policy.osba.org/eugene/I/IIBGA%20R%20D1.PDF.

2020–’21 Technology Expectation Guidelines / 2020–’21Uso y protección adecuados de la tecnología

 

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