Infinite Campus Parent Portal

  • Check your grades here!

    Grades should be checked weekly to ensure students and parents are fully aware of the student's current grade status.

    If a dramatic grade change is noted in a short time, please check to see if the student performed poorly on a quiz or assessment.  If not, please send me an email to ensure an error was not made by me when entering grades.


    At Home in the Morning

    Help your child:

    Establish routines for:

    • What time to go to bed/ wake-up

    • What time to shower (if this is your normal practice in the AM)

    • What time to eat breakfast

    • What time to leave for school

    • Where to put their backpack nightly so they have it ready to go

    • Traffic can be an issue, so plan to be dropped off early by 7:30 or 7:45

    Parents should consider:

    • Texting or calling students before 7:55 and after 2:46

    • Encouraging children to remain in school unless:

      • Fever

      • Bad cough

      • Threw up in the last 24 hours

    • Create a Parent-only portal for INFINITE CAMPUS Account on the school website

      • Students will have their own

      • Sign up for Parent Alerts

      • Check Grades weekly, so you are familiar with the student’s current grade.

    • Consider scheduling appointments after school instead of during school

    Returning Home from School

    • Discuss the school day and how it went

    • Get a snack and relax for a few minutes.

    • Establish the following:

      • Check your child’s planner with the child daily

        • If the Planner is not filled out check individual teachers’ websites.

        • If the teacher gives class time to fill-out the planner, request the student fill it out at home.

        • If a student is absent from school, check the website for classwork and homework while absent.

      • Homework time

      • Prioritize assignments (hardest to easiest - depending on parental help available)

      • Begin working on the most challenging assignment

      • Work for 30-40 minutes

      • Break for 15 minutes

      • Work for 30-40 minutes

      • Collect all materials needed for the next day

      • Put backpack and all materials in the established locations

        • Chromebook charging in backpack - plugged in to wall

      • Get any items ready for the next school day

        • Clothes

Frog question

Test Corrections:

  • Beginning of the Year up to Parent Conferences (FALL)

    1) Students performing below 70% may complete test / quiz corrections up to Parent Conferences in October for 1/2 point per correct answer.  

    2) The student's grade on the test / quiz is below a C-.

    3) Students must take the test / quiz home to show their parent / guardian and get a FULL SIGNATURE in ink from the parent / guardian on the test they plan to correct and return the test / quiz within a week after the test / quiz was taken

    4) Forms turned in late or without a parent signature will receive no points earned.  

    Parent Conferences to the End of the Year 

    No test corrections will be allowed.

ConnectED / Studysync

  • ConnectED is our website to log-in to the Temecula Unified School District's digital material for English Language Arts. We refer to this as Studysync with our students. If you have questions regarding the Studysync materials and units, the link below will provide the information you seek. Please contact me if you have additional questions.

    6th Grade Studysync Overview

Google Docs

  • More than letters and words

    Google Docs brings your documents to life with smart editing and styling tools to help you easily format text and paragraphs. Choose from hundreds of fonts, add links, images, and drawings. All for free.

    Visit Google Docs

Google Classroom

  • Classroom | Google for Education

    Benefits for your school

    With Google Classroom, educators can create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback, and see everything in one place. Instant. Paperless. Easy.

    Classroom | Google for Education


    Educators can set up Classroom in minutes. With Classroom, they can manage assignments and communicate with students and their guardians in one convenient place.

    Classroom | Google for Education


    Google Classroom is free for schools. Best-in-class security is also included at no additional cost.

    Classroom | Google for Education


    Teachers and students can work anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Classroom seamlessly integrates with other Google tools and helps educators refresh their curriculum with integrated education apps.

    Classroom | Google for Education


    Educators can provide instant feedback and track a student’s progress to improve performance. Classroom also helps free up educator time so they can focus on what they do best: teaching.

    Visit Google Classroom

    We already teach students in the classroom how to use Google Classroom, but if you want videos to get you started using it from home, click here.


  • Does your child have a big quiz or test coming up. Do you know the best way to help them study?

    Now you do — meet the new Quizlet Learn. Create a study set of material you need to practice and master, tell us when you need to learn it by, and we'll kick-start your studying with an adaptive study plan and notifications that remind you when it's time to focus.

    Why use Quizlet Learn?

    1. It takes the guesswork out of studying by creating a study plan and then guiding you through what and when to practice.
    2. See how you're improving, get gentle reminders to study, and make progress with short, actionable study sessions.
    3. Quizlet Learn is powered by Quizlet's new Learning Assistant Platform, which uses data from millions of anonymous study sessions and then combines it with proven ideas from cognitive science.


    How to sign-in to Quizlet

    1) Username:  First name + last 5 of ID# (no spaces)

    2) Password:  MM/DD of birth + YYYY (2007 or 2008)

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    • Central Idea Sentence (color-coded orange)

    • Quote to support the central idea identified (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (Author #) (color-coded very light blue)

    • Elaboration - What does evidence show or mean and how does it support the central idea? (color-coded pink)

    • Quote to support the central idea identified (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (Author #) (color-coded very light blue)

    • Elaboration - What does evidence show or mean and how does it support the central idea? (color-coded pink)

    • Quote to support the central idea identified (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (Author #) (color-coded very light blue)

    • Elaboration - What does evidence show or mean and how does it support the central idea? (color-coded pink)

    • Conclusion


    • Story Elements

      • Characters

      • Setting

      • Plot

        • Rising Action Events

        • Falling Actions Events

      • Conflict

        • Character / Character, Character / Self, Character / Setting / Nature

      • Theme

      • Climax

      • Resolution

    • Dialogue

    • figurative Language

    • Sensory Description

    • Inner Thoughts

    EXPOSITORY - Argument

    • Claim Sentence

    • Reason 1 (color-coded orange)

      • Evidence 1 (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (Author #) (color-coded very light blue)

      • Elaboration 1 (color-coded pink)

    • Reason 2 (color-coded orange)

      • Evidence 2 (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (color-coded very light blue)

      • Elaboration 2 (color-coded pink)

    • Reason 3 (color-coded orange)

      • Evidence 3 (color-coded light blue)

      • Citation (color-coded very light blue)

      • Elaboration 3 (color-coded pink)

    • Conclusion

    • Transitions (throughout color-coded green)