Distance Learning

  • The Gresham-Barlow School District will be providing instruction online only through at least mid-October. The first day of instruction for the 2020-2021 school year is September 14, 2020. The closure is an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our community safe and healthy. The closure of our school buildings does not mean an end to learning. The school district will continue to serve families and provide meaningful learning experiences for students in an online environment.

    Return to Learn Plan for Fall 2020

    Read the Plan to learn about school schedules, attendance expectations, grading procedures, technology support, and more.


    Return to Learn Plan en español

    Lea nuestro plan para conocer los horarios, procedimientos y protocols.



    Technology Support for our Families

    Families needing technology support to implement District Learning can find out how to obtain a device, access Clever, access Studentvue/Parentvue or get additional assistance by visiting our Technology Support webpage. 

    Technology Support Webpage Link:

    Technology Support


    Internet Resources

    Does your family need Internet Access to participate in Distance Learning?

    Learn about Internet Resources in our Area

    Distance Learning: Grading and Attendance Guidance

    Distance Learning for All: GBSD Snapshot

    The Gresham-Barlow School District has created a series of slides designed to provide you with a quick snapshot of Distance Learning. The presentation includes:

    -Guiding documents used to create the plan

    -Overview of how the district is supporting students, families and staff

    -Sample learning schedules

    -Parent resources


    View the GBSD Distance Learning for All Presentation (pdf)


    Vea la presentación de Aprendizaje a distancia para todos en español (pdf)


    Distance Learning Frequently Asked Questions

    What does the District's Distance Learning Program look like?

    We have a weekly plan with instructional windows and office hours that vary for elementary, middle, and high school students. Teachers are prioritizing connecting with students and providing standards-based instruction.


    How can I access the Internet?

    The District has a list of area Internet providers as well as a link to free public wifi spots for families.

    Internet Providers and Free WIFI Spots


    What if my students need a Chromebook to access Distance Learning?

    Learn how to access Chromebooks by visiting our Technology Supports Webpage.


    If I have technology-related questions related to Distance Learning, where can I go for help?

    Visit our Technology Supports Webpage to find answers to your technology questions.


    How can my student access digital books?

    Students can access digital books through their school's Mackinvia Page. Visit this webpage for more information