LaSalle II Remote Learning

Welcome to our remote learning resource site!  This page will help direct you to general resources about remote learning. If you are looking for specific teacher or student information, please go to the webpage of your child’s homeroom teacher.

Social Emotional Support

Our school counselor, Ms. Sapieka, has gathered a number of resources to support students during this time. Please click below to learn more.

Technology Training Resources

Google Classroom will be the required platform for all students in PK-8.

In order to be prepared for utilizing Google Classroom, CPS has created a variety of training videos for both students and parents. Please click the button below to access the videos.

Seesaw will be used as an additional resource  in PreK, K and 2nd grade. If you need help with navigating this platform, click the link below.

CPS Technical Support

If you need tech support, please call the CPS parent hotline at 773-417-1060.

You can also submit a support ticket by clicking the button below.

Remote Learning Feedback

In the spirit of continuous improvement, we are looking for feedback on remote learning at LaSalle II. If you have feedback to share (both postive and areas of growth), please click the link below!

Remote Learning Tips

Chromebooks

We will be issuing chromebooks in order for students to be able to participate in remote learning. This year remote learning will be much more structured than last year and attendance will be taken daily, so it is essential that every student has their own device. We unfortunately do not have enough chromebooks for each student and therefore want to make sure they are going to those most in need. We ask that to support this effort, please only request a device if you need it. If you are able to purchase a device on your own, we encourage you to do so and very much appreciate it. If that is not an option for your family at this time, we are happy to loan out the school devices. Please stop by between 8am-4pm during the week for pick-up.

Student Behavior Expectations