• Canvas
  • STAR Testing
  • VoiceThread
  • Kidblog
  • Weather
  • NW History Express
  • INFOhio

The Joy of Canvas!

Canvas is a new option for classes to add a digital classroom space to their learning. Join us as we paint the way to new paths for learning.

What's Canvas? It's like eCampus but better! It's a one-stop-shop for learning resources, a digital planner, class notifications and announcements, turning in assignments, assessments and discussion forums.

Note: You must be connected to the district network to use the star website.

VoiceThread is a great Web-based digital storytelling program where users can upload pictures or documents, record audio or video commentary, and invite others to record commentary as well. With VoiceThread teachers and students can create virtual tours, report on books they've read, comment on historically significant photographs, debate a topic, and more.

Elementary students should login using their individual logins to begin creating their very own VoiceThread!

Kidblog is a secure, private blogging platform created specifically for educational use and recommended for the elementary aged student.

Kidblog provides K-12 teachers with tools to safely publish student writing. Teachers can monitor all activity within a community of authors. Posts can even be public, but nothing goes live until a teacher approves it.


All Aboard! Travel with us on a journey through the history of Northwest Franklin County. Take a ride on the Northwest History Express

Educational Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents

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You can also access these great resources from your home computer. See your media specialist for the INFOhio username and password so you can use INFOhio at home!

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