Educational Resources

  • Online Educational Resources, including math, science, English Language Arts, social studies, computer science, technology, health, physical education, music, art and more. Click below to explore them all.

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News and Updates

  • Device Checkout for Students

    If you have students in need of a device or Internet, click on the link above to let us know. We will prioritize needs, starting with seniors and dual credit students, then working down by grade level. This includes students who don't have regular access to a device at home, or homes with multiple students and only one device. Once we know what the needs are, we will work out a process for device pickup or delivery for each school

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  • Internet Access Options

    We also are working with community partners to offer Internet access options. Some existing options can be found by clicking the above link.

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  • Students with Disabilities

    During this building closure, it is extremely important for families and school staff to collaborate and communicate regarding services for all students with disabilities. Please click on the link above for guidance relating to students with disabilities and their services.

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  • Tech Support for Families

    To support our families as we begin our Remote Learning program, we've set up a tech support page with quick guide documents and tutorials. Click the link above to check out available help topics.

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At Home Tips

  • Parents, Guardians, Caretakers, and Wonderful Members of our Community:

    This time in our community and in the world at large presents an unprecedented challenge in the education of our students. The Coeur d'Alene School District is committed to providing support in the form of both high and low tech resources to our families. We encourage you to help your student(s) do the following:  


    schedule  1. Co-create a schedule with your child.  Providing both consistency and variety can help prevent anxiety and boredom. 

    Write letters, emails, fiction, poetry, journal, etc 


    pog  2. Download the Portrait of a Graduate
    Try it out! Content is broken out by grade, K-5, middle school and high school. New challenges each week. 

     chat 6Stay connected (share conversations face-to-face, by phone, through letters and emails, on media platforms)


     sora 3. Encourage your student to read 20 or more minutes per day.  Try out Sora, our free online library. We just added 100's of new titles at each grade level. Use your district username and password to log into our library.

    clever 7. Make use of the online tools and resources you already have through Clever.


    . Get some movement.  Check out GoNoodle and Cosmic Kids Yoga


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