Remote Learning & Hybrid Resources

Utilize these additional resources

What should my child bring to school for Hybrid Learning?

Before you go to school

  • PASS the CPS health screener BEFORE arriving at the school
  • Pack a Water Bottle
  • Bring 2 Clean Face Masks
  • Wear your School Uniform (K-8)
  • Bring your CPS charged Chromebook

Morning Drop Off/Dismissal Information

In an effort to make our drop off and pick up safe and efficient for everyone, please see the map below. Drop off time is between 7:50am and 8:00am. Pick up is at 3:00pm.

School Resources

Cleveland Technology

We understand this will be a challenging time. While our children are home, please use the school technology page.

Google Classroom

A free and easy tool helping our educators efficiently manage and assess progress, while enhancing connections with learners from school, from home, or on the go.


Stay connected with teachers, students, parents and school information to build amazing classroom and school communities.

Enrichment Opportunity Links

Not all content of each website has been reviewed by Cleveland Staff. Parents are encouraged to supervise their children when they are using these websites.

All Grades:
Museum of Science and Industry:  Science at Home
Chicago Public School Virtual Library  – Students: login with your CPS credentials (upper right corner)
Khan Academy
Common Sense Media
12 Famous Museum Virtual Tour
Homeschool Hideout: 150 Educational Shows on Netflix
Design Squad Global
Engineering, Go For It!
National Geographic Explorers
25 great workouts to get you up and moving! – 2 minutes to 30 minutes in length
Story Time from Space
PBS Engineering Games
Chicago Children’s Museum Activities
The Nature Museum Comes to You!
Time for Kids Digital Library


Early Learners (PreK-2):

Word Art​​​​​​​



Arcademic Skill Builders

Bees and Honey

ABC Match – Students match beginning sounds with pictures

Chicken Coop

Clifford Interactive Storybook – Sound Match

Clifford Interactive Storybook – Where’s Emily Story

Dance Mat Typing

Enchanted Learning – Picture Dictionary

Flat Stanley

Garfield’s Island


Kids San Diego Zoo

Learning Planet

Literacy Center

Mini Mouse Skills​​​​​​​

Mystery Science

Orson’s Farm – Phonemic Awareness

PBS Kids

PBS Kids – Spelling

Raz Kids

Sesame Street


Teach Your Monster to Read

Turtle Diary

Wacky Web Tales


Intermediate Learners (3-5):






Code Combat (Use your CPS email address and password to create your account.)


Productivity and Practice

Arcademic Skill Builder

Commonsense Media Digital Passport


Math Mayhem

Raz Kids

Story Jumper



No Red Ink

Wacky Web Tales


Citation Machine

Fact Monster

InstaGrok – a new and interesting way to search

Internet Public Library for Kids

Calculation Nation


Science Kids

Math Kids

English Kids

CPS Connects

Chicago Architecture Foundation

National Geographic Kids

Photos for Class

Author Studies

Ron Roy – A to Z Mysteries

Patricia Polacco

Dr. Seuss

Tomie DePaolo

Robert Munch

Melanie Watt

Ezra Jack Keats

Mo Willems


Middle School Learners (6-8):


Citation Machine

Fact Monster

Internet Public Library for Teens


Calculation Nation


Social Issues Resource

CPS Connects

Photos for Class

Search Engines (besides Google)



InstaGrok – a new and interesting way to search


Sweet Search




No Red Ink



Sound Jay

Partners in Rhyme (Scroll down to the bottom for free resources)

Calming Activites

Are you using Calm Classroom?
Try using your calm classroom techniques at home if you need help relaxing.  Teach others in your house how to calm down and refocus during the school closure. 

Here is another calming and refocusing technique:
5,4,3,2,1 Exercise
Look around where you are and find:
5  things you see
4 things you can touch
3 things you can hear
2 things you can smell
1 thing you can taste

District Resources

CPS Reopening Information Framework


Find all the information and resources you need to be ready for school in one centralized location. CPS has invested hundreds of millions of dollars to prepare the district for a safe return to in-person learning. Learn more about our equity-centered plan to reopen our schools.

Chicago Connected Free Internet


Students may qualify for either high-speed internet or a district-provided hotspot at no cost through the Chicago Connected program. Comcast has created a program for families to get high speed internet for free. 

See if you are eligible and apply here:

Parent Tech Support Help Center

Get support for your CPS issued devices and other technology related issues.

CPS Ventilation Systems Video Explanation 

CPS explains school ventilation and air quality systems

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