Guardian Resources

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You are important in your child’s learning. While academic learning is important, your child’s mental health and well-being are important too. Your child learns from you all the time, but no one expects you to be the teacher at home. Communicating with your child’s teacher can help you to decide on ways to help your child adjust to learning from home. How you support your child will depend on your child’s age, needs, and the time you have available. Here are some suggestions for all parents and caregivers.

Image detailing Guardian's Guides to Google Tools.  Digital resources to help support your child's learning from home.  Check out our Guardian's Guides to see how teachers and students are using Google's products including Chromebooks and Google Workspace for Education.  Google for Education aims to equip students with the tools they need to learn and collaborate anytime, anywhere.  There are 3 sections to this guide: Guadian's Guide to Google Workspace for Eduation, Guardian's Guide to Chromebooks & Guardian's Guide to Security & Privacy

Guardians Guide to Google Tools

Getting to know the technology used in Prairie Spirit SD is a great way to provide support at home and understand the ease of use of the solutions we use.  Everything from Student Data Privacy, how to use a Chromebook and details on Google Classroom, Docs & Meet can be found in the guide below :)

Google Classroom

Parent's Guide to Google Classroom


Staying Safe Online At Home

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Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Canadian Centre, through its program, is urging families to have conversations about internet safety and to work together to implement strategies that ensures everyone’s digital well-being. For more emerging online safety considerations and contact information should you have a question or concern about a child online, visit our COVID-19 response site below