Accessing Curriculum at Home

  • For troubleshooting, click on the program you need help accessing. Find the programs on the left or on your dropdown menu if you are on a mobile device.

    In order to assist you in accessing your child's digital curriculum for tutorials, games, interactive e-texts, and more, please refer to the Supporting Digital Learning at Home documents for Elementary, Middle, High or refer to the links on the left-hand navigation for step-by-step instructions, videos and documents for programs available.

    Quick Access

    To improve application accessibility for our students, a Google Account linking to a Google Chrome Bookmark Bar and HelloID account has been pushed to all students Kinder through 12th grade in our district. The purpose of each site is to offer quick access regardless of location and password storage.

    Google Bookmark Bar

    All students are automatically issued a District Google Account during the nightly import following their first day in Amphi. Google Accounts are used to authenticate to the digital curriculum. The Google bookmark bar provides students a chance to access their go-to sites on multiple devices.


    HelloID is a cloud-based program that organizes digital links unique for each site and each grade level. This program is accessible for students using their district credentials. The first time a student uses each of their applications they may need to type the assigned program username and password. This will then store the username and password in the “Cloud” allowing the student to click on the icon any time after to have immediate access to the program. 

    If you have any questions or challenges accessing our curriculum at home please email our hotline at


    For Quick Feedback please include the following information:

    1. Who is impacted (Student Name, ID, Email Address)

    2. Device Info (type of computer, browser)

    3. What are you trying to do?

    4. What is happening?

    5. Screenshots or links to show what you are experiencing.

    6. How is this impacting your work?