Well, hello there!
Thank you for showing Respect by saying "Hello" to me as you enter class.
Thank you for taking Ownership over your academics.
Thank you for showing Cooperation by coming to class prepared.
Thank you for showing Kindness to those around you.
Thank you for practicing Safety while using the internet and social media.
Go to Student Portal
Click on the button to the right in order to access your grades.
You will need your 6-digit ID number and the password provided to you at the beginning of the year.
This information should be on a sticker on the inside of your reminder binder. Go to the counseling office if you don't have the information.
All GUSD students have a Student Google Account. This handy account is a great way to work on an assignment at school and have access to it at home. Through this Google Account, students are also able to collaborate on assignments, without being together. We also use this account to access the Google Classroom. You will receive, complete, and turn in assignments in our virtual classroom throughout the year. You will be given a code to access the Google Classroom at the beginning of the year.
The Google Account username/password convention for students is as follows:
First Initial of First Name
First 3 Letters of Last Name
Student ID (Last 4 for Username)
The login is built off of these pieces. For example: Paige Brewer #0123456789 would have a username of firstname.lastname@example.org and the default password would be gusd + 10 Digit State ID (0123456789) + !. So, my password would be gusd0123456789!
You will be prompted to change your password. Please change your password to RMS + State ID number. + ! So, Mrs. Brewer's new password would be RMS0123456789!. That way your teachers can help you to remember your password. Teachers cannot look up or reset Google passwords! Write your login information in your reminder binder!
I know it can be tough being in middle school and you have WAY more important things going on in your social lives. I remember. I went to middle school, too. I just want you to know that you have the chance to start mastering some habits now that will be super helpful when you get older. So, please read my helpful hints for surviving middle school and try your best to give a few of them a shot. If you ever need my help with anything, I am always here for you.
Sincerely, Mrs. Brewer
USE YOUR REMINDER BINDER ON A DAILY BASIS
USE BINDERS WITH DIVIDERS
PUT PAPERS IN THE CORRECT LOCATION
TRY TO STUDY MORE THAN A DAY BEFORE A TEST
TRY TO KEEP UP WITH THE HOMEWORK
ASK FOR HELP!
TALK TO YOUR TEACHERS - WE CAN'T READ MINDS!
MAKE FLASH CARDS
CLEAN OUT YOUR BACKPACK ONCE A WEEK
B E K I N D