Not every student is the same. At Legacy Traditional Schools, we believe that with a high-quality education, students will be able to learn and succeed in any environment.
And, as we continue to adapt our learning options in the midst of change, we remain committed to providing exceptional instruction to our students.
For the 2020-21 school year, Legacy students will experience an entirely different learning environment that integrates online learning as a critical part of their overall education experience.
Schoology is Legacy Traditional Schools’ learning management system (LMS). Schoology provides tools for instruction and assessment, and offers a communication and collaboration platform that brings together students, teachers, parents and administrators. All Legacy students will use Schoology as part of their learning experience.
With Schoology, students and parents have their own user accounts.
Students enrolled in Legacy’s online learning program will use Schoology to receive instruction, complete assignments and take tests and quizzes. Students will interact with their teachers through Schoology and will participate in discussions with other students. Online students will be required to log in to Schoology daily to track their attendance.
Students attending school in-person will use Schoology as a supplement to classroom instruction. Teachers will be able to provide additional learning resources for students on Schoology that they may access after school to improve their academic skills.
Schoology Student View
Watch this video for an overview of the student view in Schoology. Students will receive information about how to log in to Schoology in late July.
Schoology Parent View
Parents may use Schoology to view their child’s assignments, tests and quizzes, events, discussion posts, and grades. Parents may also configure notifications to receive information about their child’s progress when and how they want it.
Watch this video for an overview of the parent portal in Schoology. Parents will receive information about how to log in to Schoology in late July.
Taking It Mobile:
Using the Schoology iOS App as a Parent
Parents may also use the Schoology app to track their child’s progress on-the-go. Parents can also easily communicate with their child’s teacher through the app. Learn how to use the Schoology app in this video.
As you prepare to have your child start online learning, here are some technical requirements to keep in mind in order to run the Schoology platform properly.
Students can use any of the following devices for online learning:
The online learning platform that we are going to use for the 2020-21 school year is Schoology. In order to access it, your child will need access to the internet. Here are some things to consider regarding your internet set-up:
Supported Internet Browsers
For the 2020-21 school year, all students will be required to use the online platform, Schoology, for at least part of the year. Legacy’s Loaner Laptop Program is designed to support families in need.
If a student is in need of a loaner laptop, they will be able to check one out from their school for the school year. At this time, please do not contact your school about loaning a laptop as we continue to refine the check out procedures. Additional information about this process will be shared soon.
Laptops will be available for pick-up by the first week of school at the latest.
When will I receive information about how to log in to Schoology?
Students and parents will receive information about how to log in to Schoology in late July.
How do I loan a laptop for my student?
Students will be able to loan a laptop from their school in late July. More information about the loaner laptop program will be shared in late July.
When will Legacy start online learning?
In Arizona, in-person learning has been delayed to Aug. 17. Legacy schools in Arizona will start school online on Wednesday, Aug. 5, and all students will be required to start online learning on this date. Once in-person learning may resume on Aug. 17, per state guidance, students will continue the first quarter with the learning option they have selected.
In Nevada, online learning will begin on the first day of school, currently scheduled for Aug. 12.