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Remote Learning in Farmingdale Schools


Educators and students in Farmingdale School District have a variety of online tools that support learning in a virtual setting.  Remote learning activities are organized by grade level and contain a combination of non-tech and technology-based options across multiple subject areas. Our goal is to provide a structure for at-home learning so families have some easy-to-implement activities to prevent learning loss and regression during an extended break.


These resources are made available via our website and Google platform and are accessible through the ClassLink Single-Sign On Application. The homepage of all secondary student Chromebooks is populated with the ClassLink platform. Instructions for accessing ClassLink from any personal device through a web-browser are below. You can also download the free ClassLink mobile app from the iOS App Store or the Google Play store. 

 

Need Technical Support?

Should you experience any difficulty logging into ClassLink or other technology related challenges please use the email addresses below for your technical support needs.  

 

To help expedite the process, please provide us the names of your children and which school(s) they attend.

 

Teachers in need of IT support may contact teacherITsupport@farmingdaleschools.org



Instructional Home Support Plans


ClassLink Launch Pad for Farmingdale

Includes login for:
• BrainPop
• Castle Learning
• Discovery Ed
• Dreambox Learning
• GoMath / Think Central
• McGraw Hill / Connect Ed - Online Textbook
• Raz-Kids

 

Please Note: We experienced an issue with the ClassLink LaunchPad on Thursday March 26. The Sign in with Google button is currently not working. Students should be able to log in directly to ClassLink with their PC login credentials.

 


Elementary Remote Learning


Accessing School Recommended Applications

By The Numbers

5,523

Students Enrolled

1,775

Honor Roll Students

1,200

Student Athletes

4,278

Student Artists

19

AP Courses Available

1475

Students in After-School Activities