Remote Learning Information for Parents
Logging in to Google Classroom
In order to log in to Google Classroom, your child will need their Google account credentials.
- Usernames will end in "@students.davidson.k12.nc.us"
- Passwords are unique and feature a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers.
Visit classroom.google.com and allow your child to login with their Google account by clicking Sign in the top right corner.
Students can also go to the Apps launcher (waffle) and select the Classroom App
Check the "Classwork" page in order to locate lesson materials and activities in Google Classroom.
There may be text instructions, links to outside websites, and attachments on classwork posts. Please explore any of these items that appear within a post.
Google Classroom can be accessed on both PC and Apple laptops or desktop computers, Chromebooks. You may also download the Google Classroom app on your iOS or Android tablet or phone.
Logging in to Canvas
Visit davidson.instructure.com/ in order to login to Canvas LMS.
Students will need their student ID (also their lunch number) and unique password for accessing Canvas. Students will select the red Canvas icon in order to access any DCS Canvas course in which they are enrolled.
Students can view their Canvas courses by clicking on the Dashboard or Courses icon on the left hand side of their screen.
Please review the materials posted under Modules in the left-hand course navigation in order to access digital lessons and materials in Canvas.
Canvas can be accessed via PC and Apple desktop or laptop computers, Chromebooks with the link listed above. Access Canvas on your iOS or Android tablet or phone by downloading the Canvas Student App from your app store.
Additional resources for Parents:
- Canvas Observer Guides - Act as an observer in your child's Canvas course by requesting a free observer account and Pairing Code from your student.
Guardian Access in Google Classroom FAQ- Parents can be added to Google Classroom in order to receive email summaries of student work and class activity.