There is a new log-in screen that students and parents will use to be able to access your email and other Worthington technology related resources. The new login can be found at the page: wscloud.helloid.com and this page will be a single point of entry for all of your technology needs in the district. It will ask about accessing your camera, but that is only needed for the younger elementary school students. Your user id is your intro part of your email (without the @wscloud.org part) and then your password is the same. This document provides additional clarification about the new log in process.
Many of Worthington Kilbourne High School's advanced courses require students to extend their learning in the summer months. By completing assignments and working with introductory course material, the class is able to immediately engage with content upon the return to school. Below is a list of summer assignments that students who will be taking these classes are expected to complete during the upcoming summer. The summer assignment can be accessed by clicking on the course title.
Please plan ahead to make sure you can complete your summer work before returning to school in the fall. This planning calendar can assist you.
AP English Language There is also a google classroom code of: kwl5thu
AP Calculus BC/ COTC Math 200 & Math 210 - The summer assignment is on Google Classroom. The code for the classroom is 4guwbgi
AP Physics 1 is on Google Classroom and must be submitted through Google Classroom and the code for the classroom is asvclmf
AP Physics 2 is on Google Classroom and must be submitted through Google Classroom and the code for the classroom is k5v4fp3
AP Art Studio 2D - this will be assigned in mid to late July
College admission status related to Coronavirus: Students can learn more about college updates related to Coronavirus at this one centralized resource.
Virtual College Visits: Learn more about the opportunities to explore colleges from home
NCAA Eligibility Center Updates: Information for student athletes who intend to play sports in college about the requirements for eligibility as impacted by coronavirus.
Evaluating Colleges when you Can't Visit Campus: This information can help students compare colleges when the option of visiting the campus in person is not possible.
Taking care of your emotional health is critical especially when faced with the difficult circumstances we are now experiencing. Being away from the structure and familiarity of your routines, like being at school and around your friends, can feel overwhelming at times. We know social distancing is good for our community, but it can be tough emotionally so we hope that this information can help you and your family as we all navigate the effects of the pandemic. It is important to be reasonable with yourself and to take steps to help support your emotional well-being.
Every day, try to accomplish 3 things:
- Something for your mind
- Something for your body
- Something for your family
Doing these will help you to know that you have accomplished something every day.
The WKHS Counselors have also put together a list of 25 ideas as a Bingo Challenge you can do to help support your emotional health.
Ms. Wessell, WKHS School Social Worker, who spearheaded the Calm Cafe has created an amazing online resource with a Virtual Calm Cafe. Check it out!
Ideas and Free Resources for When You're Bored: This link has lots of ideas to consider.
In addition, we know that there are many students and parents who have various needs for assistance. We have compiled a range of information and resources to help those who are in need of additional help as well as those who might be looking for ways that they can help others.
Remember, we are all in this together!