Technology Resources for Students

  • Digital Curriculum Resources

    Many of your child's curriculum resources are available online.

    Student Application Portal: Clever

    Clever provides a single portal for students to access their most commonly used applications.  Students login using their Cambrian-issued Google user account (e.g., select the application they would like to access, and in many cases are taken directly to the application without having to enter their login credentials again. Visit our Clever page for more information.

  • Digital Citizenship

    Before your child begins to use tools for learning on the internet, it is important that a caring adult discusses behavioral expectations and safeguards.   Common Sense Media has a wide array of student and family friendly resources. It is a FREE program to help parents and caregivers navigate and discuss the impact of digital media on kids' social, emotional, and intellectual development.

  • Organizational and Communication Tools

    Google Classroom

    All Cambrian students have a Cambrian Google for Education account. Google Classroom is a digital platform where teachers can send messages, homework, and assignments for various subjects. Students can submit their assignments, view their daily/weekly work, and send messages to their teacher. This resource requires a login id.


    Zoom logo  Your child's teacher has access to the Zoom video conferencing tool to hold class meetings in a distance learning setting.  Be sure to review these Video Conferencing Guidelines for Students with your child.

     Google Drive

    All Cambrian students have a Cambrian Google for Education account.  This includes access to Google apps such as Google Docs, Slides, and Mail.  Google Drive allows students to organize and share their work products.  This resource requires a login id.


    Seesaw is a platform for student engagement that inspires students of all ages to do their best. Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos and more to capture learning in a portfolio. Teachers find or create activities to share with students. Families only see their child's work and leave comments and encouragement.


    Kami allows students to edit PDF files and save them.  Kami is integrated with Google Classroom, allowing students to complete assignments using PDF files without needing to print them out, do their work, and scan the results.  Instead, students can update the PDF electronically.