General Technology Information

Student GMail/Croslex.org email addresses

Cros-Lex has a student email system that uses Gmail (croslex.org e-mail) for all students K-12.  The district uses that same information to sign them into many other programs like GoMath, Collections,  Think Central, Skyward and Google Classroom.   If you, as a parent or guardian, have a valid email address on file you may also get automated reports from a number of these systems. 

We also use a service called Clever to help manage all of our links on a student portal page.  Your student can log in to this portal by clicking on the Login with the Clever button.

Log in with clever

 

 

At the start of every school year, email addresses were collected from parents, if your email on file has changed, call the main number of your student's school to get this information updated.  If you leave a voicemail, please include your name, number, a good time to call back and your child's name, one of our staff members will call you back very soon. 

 

High School Students:

Hello Pioneers!  We hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy!  Many of you may be wondering about what the closure of school buildings by government order means to you.  Beginning Monday, April 13, 2020 CLHS will being online instruction to further promote academic achievement. 

Our at home Learning webpage should provide clarification on many topics that we have been working to solve. 

Visit the HS At Home Learning Page!

Middle School Students:

Beginning Monday, April 13, 2020, Croswell-Lexington Middle School will begin delivering online instruction to ensure the continuity of our children’s educational success. In order to achieve this goal, CLMS will be undertaking multiple approaches to establish learning avenues for all of our students. 

Our at home learning webpage should provide clarification on many topics that we have been working to solve.

Visit the Middle School At-Home Learning Page!

Frostick

Frostick is using  Google Classroom for accessing online resources.  There is a Google Classroom site for every grade level.  You will need to have your student’s Google login information to access the Google Classroom.   Your student’s Google login is also their croslex.org email address and it starts with their first initial, middle initial and last name.  For example, student Jim R. Smith’s croslex.org Google/email login would be jrsmith@croslex.org.   If the student doesn’t know their password, you can request it be reset [PROCESS COMING SOON!]

 

Visit Classroom.google.com and login with your student’s croslex.org email account.  Once logged in you should see the Google Classroom for your grade. If you do not then click on the plus sign and join the classroom.

 

 Google Classroom Join Codes:

 

Kindergarten: hw7aa7a

First Grade: nuvwkic

Second Grade: o5hkmpj

Third Grade: hac5x2a

Fourth Grade: 65qam2v

Specials!  Music, Tech & Gym: 2lz2kmq

Meyer

Meyer is using Google Classroom for accessing online resources.  There is a Google Classroom site for every grade level.  You will need to have your student’s Google login information to access the Google Classroom.   Your student’s Google login is also their croslex.org email address and it starts with their first initial, middle initial and last name.  For example, student Jim R. Smith’s croslex.org Google/email login would be jrsmith@croslex.org.   If the student doesn’t know their password, you can request it be reset [PROCESS COMING SOON!]

 

Visit Classroom.google.com and login with your student’s croslex.org email account.  Once logged in you should see the Google Classroom for your grade. If you do not then click on the plus sign and join the classroom.

 

 Google Classroom Join Codes:

Kindergarten: ojfgf4k

First Grade: uq7ps2g

Second Grade: bazujya

Third Grade: oasylvz  

Fourth Grade: 2acvuby 

Specials!  Music, Tech & Gym: 2lz2kmq

Pacing Guides

Pacing Guides are developed in conjunction with curriculum vendors, state and local laws and district leadership and used by professional educators.

 

PDF Guides coming soon

At-Home Learning Resources we be available beginning April 13th, 2020.  See this recent communication from Superintendent Gilbertson from 4/10/2020

 

  • We believe that families are doing their best to take care of their children during this difficult time.
  • We commit to providing at-home learning opportunities and resources for our students to support their education while our schools are closed.
  • We recognize that there are unique circumstances in every home that may impact a student’s ability to learn during this challenging situation.
  • We will be patient and support all of our students to the best of our ability. In turn, we ask for your patience with our teachers and staff who are doing their absolute best to take care of our students in the midst of their own challenges during this pandemic.
  • No student will be harmed or penalized by this forced school closure.