Students can view their schedules in PowerSchool, then should reference the information listed HERE to determine the meeting time, meeting date, Google Meet code, Google Classroom code, and Remind code for each class.
To gain access to your teachers’ Google Classrooms, while logged into your Google Account, go to https://classroom.google.com/, click on the + in the top right corner, select “Join Class”, and enter the appropriate code listed in the chart.
To join your teachers’ Remind text alerts, text 81010 with the message provided in the chart.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL Person High School students begin school tomorrow, even those that are virtual or on track B. Students who do not physically report to school should log into their teachers’ Google Classroom pages daily and complete assignments included there daily. Virtual students should log into their teachers’ Google Meet session at the time/day indicated in the chart above. These sessions are not optional.
ATTENDANCE for First Ten Days of School:
Each PHS Student must complete the form linked below DAILY (Monday-Friday) for the first 10 days of school (Monday 8/17-Friday 8/28) for reasons related to school funding. It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that students complete this form accurately, spelling their first and last names exactly as they appear in PowerSchool. NOTE: Only students can complete this form and must do so while logged into their school email account.
Students that have Mrs. Williams as their teacher of record are enrolled in NCVPS (NC Virtual Public Schools) for that course. NCVPS uses Canvas instead of Google Classroom. Communication about how to log into NCVPS courses will be coming in a separate email to all NCVPS students shortly. These courses do not have Google Meet/Classroom requirements and the pace of the course is determined by NCVPS teachers.
Students taking Credit Recovery courses will be contacted by their teacher with their login information for a program called Edgenuity. These courses do not have a Google Meet/Classroom requirement.
Please reach out to your teachers or counselors if you have any questions or concerns.