Student Software And Technology
Below are instructions for both students and staff on how to take advantage of available software. A comprehensive list of vendors the BUSD has agreements with can be found here.
Parents have the ability to turn on/off student e-mails for students in grades 6-12 via the Aeries Parent/Student Portal. If a student has been given permission to access email, students should go to office.com. In the top right corner, click Sign In. Students will use their complete login (including @stu.burbankusd.org). Once logged in, the e-mail icon appears on the front page.
Typing Club.com (Click on the Picture for student sign-in)
Benchmark Universe (Elementary ELA)
Please click on the icon below to go to our elementary ELA program.
What is it?
Office 365 is the Office program, but web-based. You can work on Microsoft documents anytime and anywhere whether the computer has the actual program or not. Office 365 has Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote and other programs. It also offers One Drive, on-line storage. Both staff and students can store their files in the cloud and be able to access them anywhere. Please note that these accounts are only active while you are with BUSD.
Office 365 also offers the user the chance to download Microsoft Office (the desktop version with all of the tools) for FREE up to 5 times. Just use the install button once you have logged in to Office 365.
How Do I Use It?
Go to login.microsoftonline.com. Use your standard school login (this includes the @burbankusd.org or @stu.burbankusd.org). When asked select business or school account. Enter your password that goes with your standard school login.
Click on any app to get started.
High School Social Studies Pilot
HMH Ed your friend in learning platform will allow you to access the etext and other online resources from home. Use your school district email and password to log in.
Websites For The Students And Classes
What is a nanooze (we say it....nah--news)?
Nanooze is not a thing, Nanooze is a place. A place to hear about the latest exciting stuff in science and technology. What kind of stuff?Discoveries about the world that is too small to see and making tiny things.
Useful, relevant expert-driven educational guidance you can count on – that’s Bright Hub Education. From creative lesson plans and classroom management tips, to detailed study guides that help students understand diverse topics, to homeschool curriculum reviews and parenting tips, you will find educational articles that will help you be a better teacher, student or parent.
Common Core Websites
The non-profit ReadWorks is committed to solving the nation's reading comprehension crisis by giving teachers the research-proven tools and support they need to improve the academic achievement of their students.
ReadWorks provides research-based units, lessons, and authentic, leveled non-fiction and literary passages directly to educators online, for free, to be shared broadly.
The ReadWorks curriculum is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and the standards of all 50 states. Most imQortantly, ReadWorks is faithful to the most effective research-proven instructional practices in reading comprehension.
EngageNY.org is developed and maintained by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) to support the implementation of key aspects of the New York State Board of Regents Reform Agenda. This is the official web site for current materials and resources related to the Regents Reform Agenda. The agenda includes the implementation of the New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS), Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (TLE), and Data-Driven Instruction (DDI). EngageNY.org is dedicated to providing educators across New York State with real-time, professional learning tools and resources to support educators in reaching the State’s vision for a college- and career-ready education for all students.
Basal Alignment Project (ELA 3-5)
What it is: A collection of replacement lessons for the most commonly used basal readers.