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Distance Learning Digital Resources

Monterey Bay Charter School continues to offer resources to our community on internet safety and digital tools while in distance learning. These resources cover topics such as cyberbullying, protecting your child, online etiquette, and how to navigate our digital platforms such as Google classroom. We will be continually adding more resources and information to this part of our website as we get them.


Distance Learning Tools

Google Classroom

Google Classroom is where the students receive digital assignments and turns them in virtually. Students can find links for live class meetings in the Google Calendar.


Zoom is the platform class teachers use to conduct live synchronous lessons. It enables both audio and video for the “host” (the teacher) and the “participants” (the student).


Clever is a secure single sign on portal that ensures safety and accuracy when users log into an app or extension. It creates an efficient login process while keeping passwords safe.


Freckle is an educational resource that meets student’s at their exact reading and math proficiency. Subjects: ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies


Duolingo is a user friendly interactive app that teaches various languages. It meets students at their level of proficiency and builds stronger language from there. Subject: Spanish

Big Ideas Math

Big Ideas Math is a resource to help support math instruction. Use of the math workbooks will assist in math practice while also reducing screen time throughout the week.


PowerSchool Families will use the parent portal to access their student’s information, attendance data and student report cards.


ParentSquare is a one-stop shop for school happenings, improving communication, organization, and engagement between home and the school community.

Tech Help Desk

HELP DESK is open from 5:00 am – 5:00 pm
IT Support / Remote Technical Support
Riverside Technologies, Inc.
Internet Etiquette

Using Technology Responsibly

  • Common Sense Media. Provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.
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  • Net Cetera: Chatting with Your Kids About Being Online. It is a resource that provides tips about talking to your kids about online behavior.
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  • OnGuardOnline. Provides videos and games for parents and students and covers topics like appropriate internet use, internet safety, fraud, cell phone use and more.
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  • ConnectSafely. Provides tips for both parents and children. There are lots of resources that can be downloaded in text or video format.
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  • iKeepSafe. Provides resources for families, teachers, and students. There are videos and even books you can get from this site.
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  • StopCyberBullying. Provides definitions and examples of what cyberbullying is as well as steps to take when cyberbullying occurs.
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  • NetSmartz. Provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children be safer online.
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  • Stop Cyber Bullying. Tips on how to spot, report and prevent Cyberbullying
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