Technology Links

Kokanee Elementary has several class sets of laptop computers and tablets that are stored in mobile carts and shared between classrooms. Each class also has a smaller set of classroom devices for use anytime. Students use MacBooks, Chromebooks, and iPads for research and learning in math, science, social studies, and language arts, as well as digital citizenship and computer skills and coding.

Remember these rules when on the Internet: 

  • If you have any questions or concerns about a website please talk to a teacher or parent. 
  • Do not give out any personal information.
  • Do not send or receive any emails.
  • Do not sign up for any website clubs at school.
  • Do not visit inappropriate sites.

Coding Links

Hour of Code 2019-2020

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Students will get an introduction to coding and a chance for hands-on practice.

No login required for Hour of Code activities.

Code.org logins (under construction)

Kindergarten

Dunham
Knox
Wilen

1st Grade

Cariker
Douma
Hansen
Hummel
Kok
Morford
Reiprich

2nd Grade

Doyle
Kostadinova
Leininger
Liburd
Richards

3rd Grade

Bishop
Chiang
English
Nagarajan
Woodard

4th Grade

Hamilton
Helman
McIntosh
McNease
Sparks
Torchia

5th Grade

Butler
Fellows
Flanagan
Mueller
Olson

Policies

The purpose of the Northshore School District Responsible Use Procedures is to provide rules, guidelines, personal safety recommendations and the code of conduct for the use of technology, the district network and other connected networks including the Internet.

This Responsible Use Procedure (RUP) applies to staff, students and guests who utilize:

  • District-owned technology on the NSD network, on non-school networks and offline
  • Non-District technology, including privately owned technology that is connected to the NSD network, or using non-district networks while on school property.

For more information, see NSD's Internet Safety and Citizenship.