Internet Resources For Families
Bay Area Resources
Central Valley Resources
Los Angeles Resources
Click here to be directed to Aspire’s Technical Support hub.
For the most up-to-date resources regarding internet access options, please click here to go to the California Department of Education’s (CDE) website.
Click the button to go to the login page for each system:
Please follow the instructions linked below with your child to help them log in and access the resources or activities from their teacher. Reach out to your child’s teacher if you are unsure whether or not Google Classroom is being used.
Google Classroom How-To Guides
- English (link coming soon)
- Spanish (link coming soon)
If your child uses applications through Clever in school, they can use the same applications at home. If you or your child do not know their username and password, you can ask their teacher for that information.
Clever How-To Guides
Your teacher may send out information on office hours or one-on-one check-ins through Zoom. You can access these just by clicking the link your teacher posts or sends you.
With ParentSquare you’ll be able to: receive all regional, school, and other communication via email, text, or app – in the language you prefer, message teachers and staff, view announcements and newsfeeds. You can download the free mobile app for Android or iOS and you can also use it from a computer. Our goal is for every family to join ParentSquare, so that all can stay up to date on what’s happening in their classroom, their school, and region.
ParentSquare How-To Guides
With the PowerSchool parent portal, you can review your student(s) grades, attendance, view specific assignments, view Aspire specific and state test scores, and complete your school’s first day packets and emergency cards. Please note: information is updated by each individual school and teacher, so if you have any questions on data accuracy please reach out to them directly.
PowerSchool How-To Guides
Tutoring Support for Scholars Grades 6-12
To provide our scholars in grades 6-12 access to additional personalized academic support services outside of school, Aspire has partnered with Paper to offer on-demand virtual tutoring in all core subjects. Scholars have access to free one-on-one tutoring services, offered in English, Spanish, French and Mandarin, 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Scholars can log on to Paper’s interactive platform and connect instantly with a tutor via a live chat function that allows them to seek homework help, writing feedback and study support. Personalized tutoring sessions can last for a few minutes or several hours, depending on the needs of the student, and can happen as frequently as a student wants. Scholars can also submit written work, including essays, lab reports, research papers and college applications, and receive feedback on grammar, structure, content, and style.
Related Paper resources: