Homework Hotline staff is working to collect resources from specific school districts to be used by these districts’ students. Many require logins provided by students’ schools or districts. If you have a resource that you would like to be featured here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homework Hotline does not have login information. Please contact your teacher or school if you need access.
Online Resources: Click here to find numerous other educational resources used in Claiborne County.
Weekly Assignments: This link allows you to select your school level (elementary, middle, high) and then provides the weekly assignments for each grade level.
Continued Learning Resources: This page offers tools, links and resources for continued learning opportunities and optional digital resources by grade level for CMCSS students. Some will require logins, but the structure of the student logins is provided.
Holt McDougal Online (Requires login provided by teacher/school)
TCAP TNReady—Math EOC Item Release- Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry
TCAP TNReady—Integrated Math II, Practice Test Subpart 1, Subpart 2, & Subpart 3
Printables: MNPS has put together learning and enrichment resources to print for students Pre-K to 12th Grade.
Davidson County Resources Links and Guide: This page offers tools, links, and resources for continued learning opportunities and optional digital resources by subject area for MNPS students, including links to free or discounted Wi-Fi for those who don’t have internet access at home.
Clever: Accessible with student’s MNPS username and password. Clever provides many online textbooks for English language arts, English learners, math, science, and social studies classes.
Schoology: Accessible with student’s MNPS username and password.
Limitless Libraries: This is a partnership between MNPS and Nashville Public Library that makes audiobooks, eBooks, and other resources available to students who use their student ID number and PIN.
Office 365 platform: This provides access to email, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other programs. Students can use their Office.com identification to get access to Office 365.
Clever: Requires login provided by teacher/school.
ACT Practice: Franklin County suggests students work on preparing for the ACT.
Links to other resources are available on their website.
Franklin Special School District
District Resource Page—Follow this link and you will locate web resources available to FSSD students through the school district. Many of these online resources require a student account and a password. If you have trouble accessing any of the sites below, or if you have a question about any of the links below, please contact your child’s teacher. School-based web resources (online textbooks, supplemental resources) may be found on the school websites.
Clever: Requires login provided by teacher/school.
Hamblen County Resources (K-12): This is a link for current information for Hamblen County students and parents about district online learning options for students.
K-5 Activities: These “are resources to help you support your child’s learning at home so that previously learned skills are maintained. [Robertson County Schools] recognize that your time is valuable and that you may not have time to “teach” your child. So rather than overwhelming you with too many options, [they] have identified a more limited number of resources. Just click on your child's grade for ideas.”
RCSTN Homepage: After scrolling down on this page, you will locate a variety of free resources for all grade levels.
Sumner Connect: “On this website you will find instructional materials for each week while Sumner County Schools are closed. If your school is releasing its own instructional materials, then you will find a link below to their information. If your school is not sharing its own lessons, then you can follow the instructional plans developed and released for the entire district.”
SCS Learning Guides (K-12): Each grade level has its own distinct folder. Click on the appropriate folder for your student’s grade. Inside, you’ll find links to learning guides for English/Language Arts (ELA) and Math. Each week, SCS will post new learning guides with grade-specific lessons, activities, and resources aligned to the same standards and assignments students would normally be working on at this point in the school year. For information on how to log into SCS iReady, click here.
NOTE: If you do not have internet access, you can pick up printed learning guides at 60+ meal distribution sites, listed here.
I-Ready: For all K-8 Reading and Math
ACT Practice: This is for ACT practice in all subjects that Smith County pushed out to all high school students.
Students & Families Resources: Available digital tools are located in ClassLink, a resource for students, school leaders and teachers to view available software, applications and other technology solutions that have been reviewed, approved, and supported by the district. School leaders and teachers are encouraged to consult this directory whenever they are considering academic technology tools that include any student data to use within their schools and classrooms. If a student has issues logging into ClassLink, the student or parent should contact his/her teacher for assistance.
Resource Guides: WCS created resources for each grade level and course during the Spring 2020 school district closure. Students may click on their grade level band and then their specific courses to find our optional resources. These resources will be continually updated during the school district closure.
Digital Resources: The Wilson County School System is providing students access to online digital resources. Students can access these resources using their ClassLink account. Available digital tools are located in ClassLink, a resource for students, school leaders and teachers to view available software, applications and other technology solutions that have been reviewed, approved, and supported by the district. School leaders and teachers are encouraged to consult this directory whenever they are considering academic technology tools that include any student data to use within their schools and classrooms. If a student has issues logging into ClassLink, the student or parent should contact his/her teacher for assistance.