Student Instructional Resource Announcements

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    Click here to view the Letter from Ms. McMahon, Deputy Superintendent for Instruction, regarding Distance Learning Program Start Date.

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  • Megaphone We are aware of an issue where some students and staff cannot see all files and folders in our Google Drive share.  We are working on the issue with Google and will post when it has been fixed.


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Student Instructional Resources

  • Linked below are student instructional resources, which have been developed by Middle Country staff in an effort to continue to reinforce instruction.

    If you do have internet and/or a computer, these do not need to be printed, especially for those students in a grade level with 1:1 Chromebooks.  Some of these instructional resources are lengthy or just web links. It is not necessary, recommended, or even possible to print the entire resource in some cases. It is recommended that students refer to the digital version and respond on a separate piece of paper, in a notebook, or open new Google Doc alongside the digital reinforcement resource packet and record their work/responses there.

    Again, printed resource packets are intended for families with no broadband internet access or a computing device in the household.  

    If you called or filled out the form from Wednesday night no, we have your request and we are processing them.  We have a very limited staff in and a large number of packets to prepare.  We are hoping to begin mailing the week of 3/23.

    If your household does not have broadband internet access or a computing device, please either fill the form out at or call 631-285-8080 and leave a message with your child's name, school, grade, and student ID number. Please spell your child's name.

    Google You Need Permission

    If this is your first time here, or you've tried to access this in the past but were greeted with the image above, it is highly recommended that you visit our Student Instructional Packet Google Help page at least once.

    The way that Google accounts work is a little confusing and the first time around, most families trying to connect the were confronted with a screen like this.

    As we were hurrying to get information out to the students we shared in the frustration that this was causing and created the Student Instructional Packet Google Help page.

    If you visited the Google Help page, you understand that these files can only be accessed by students and teachers (with their Google account), click the link below. 

    If you are a student or teacher on a 1:1 Chromebook,
    please click here to access the Student Instructional Resources.

    * Please note: Kindergarten student login information were mailed home on Wednesday, March 18.