Learning at Home (Grades 9–12)

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As part of our At-Home Learning Plan, teachers and staff will be reaching out often to assign work, check in on families’ wellbeing, and to make sure the relationships between students and staff stay strong. It is important that we know how to get in touch. Please take a moment this week to update your primary phone number in Skyward with the number you would like teachers and staff to use to contact your student.

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About the At-Home Learning Plan for Grades 9–12

BCPS has put in place a robust At-Home Learning Plan, which includes both online and offline opportunities for students to continue to learn and stay connected for the remainder of the school year. Parents and students should expect to hear from their schools at least twice per week, through the end of May.

Remote learning for high school students will focus on online learning. Work will take place online, using Google Classroom and Clever (see below for login instructions). Students will receive at least one assignment each week for each course they are enrolled in. Teachers of elective courses like art, music and physical education can share activities and lessons on digital learning platforms as well.

We know you have many questions, and we are here to answer them to the best of our ability. BCPS is here to support your student through these trying times as we continue through uncharted territory together. If you have any difficulty accessing at-home learning resources, please reach out for support.

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What's on This Page

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At-Home Learning Resources for Grades 9–12

Online Resources

  • College Board - Support for students participating in AP courses, including exam readiness and testing options.
  • AP Course Materials Online - Access to all AP materials through McGraw-Hill. Follow the steps on the site to gain access.
  • Khan Academy - A library of common core standards aligned free online learning, lessons, and practice.
  • Newsela - A free resource to engage students in reading at their level across many topics.
  • Scholastic Learn At Home - Created by Scholastic in response to school closures, find day-to-day interactive videos and stories with this cross-content resource.
  • SAT Prep - Receive free, extra practice for SAT Prep.
  • Michigan Virtual - Free online educational content for students, educators released in response to COVID-19 school closures.
  • GreatBooks - Full books available online for all ages.
  • PBS Learning Media - Lesson in all subjects for all ages.
  • PE Lessons at Home - There are 2 types of tools on this page. On the left, you’ll find games and calendars for parents and families to use to make their home an active home. On the right, you’ll find resources to help teachers and parents partner as they work together to provide meaningful movement opportunities that progress students toward physical education and social & emotional learning outcomes.
  • Empowering Students to Change Their World - An episodic series designed to educate students and staff about the incredible power of believing in yourself, despite the challenges and trials that life may present.
  • Free Amazon Audible Books - Enjoy many audiobooks online, or with a mobile device, through Amazon's Audible.
  • Junior Library Guild - Access to author interviews, read-alouds, and more!
  • Great Minds Lessons - Kindergarten-8th grade, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry and Precalculus.
  • GVSU College and Career Preparation Resource Guide - The Grand Valley State University Battle Creek Regional Outreach Center has developed this online resource guide to assist K-12 students, transfer students, and adult learners in their college and career preparation. There are a ton of online resources available, including videos, infographics, articles, and more!

Printable Resources

Online Learning Login Instructions for Grades 9–12

How to Log in:

Depending on your student's grade level and teachers, online learning may take place on Google Classroom (all grades), Clever (all grades) and/or SeeSaw (elementary only). Logging into any of these platforms requires your student's BCPS Google login as well as a login code that will be provided by their teachers. If you have trouble accessing, please contact your student's teachers or email helpdesk@battle-creek.k12.mi.us.

Your BCPS Google Login:

If you are unsure of your login information, follow this template:

  • Username: The two digits representing your graduation year, the first five letters of your last name (or full last name if shorter), your first initial, and your middle initial followed by @bcbearcats.org
    • Students' anticipated graduation year can be determined using the below list, based on their current grade:
    • 9th Grade: 2023, 10th Grade: 2022, 11th Grade: 2021, 12th Grade: 2020
  • Password: The two-digit numbers representing your birth month and birth day, followed by the four digits of your birth year

See below for an example and visualization:

Google Classroom Login Information:

Students are able to access at-home learning resources, instruction and assignments through Google Classroom as directed by their teachers. To log into classes on the platform, use your student's BCPS Google account and the login codes provided by their teachers. Google Classroom is also available as a mobile app on both Apple and Android devices.

Google Classroom Portal

Clever Login Information:

Students are able to access at-home learning resources through Clever. To login to the Clever Portal, students select "login with Google." Clever is also available as a mobile app on Apple devices (the app is not yet available on Android phones).


At-Home Learning Support

If you need assistance with student login information, please reach out:

  • Email: helpdesk@battle-creek.k12.mi.us
  • English Assistance: (269) 213-3563
  • Spanish Assistance: (269) 419-1978
  • Burmese Assistance: (269) 601-6029