Academic Support, Regents Preparation, and Additional Resources

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Academic Support for Students

Directions and Login

PupilPath Direccións y Navegación en español

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  • For iZone reset, please email your iZone teacher directly.

  • If it is after school hours, please Ms. Erin Hill-Lewis

  • Be sure to include the class you are in and the name of the assignment you need reset, for example Quiz 1.4

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Castle Learning

Regents Practice and Assignments from teachers 

When you log-in, click "self-study" then the Regents button.  More help with this video

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Google  Classroom

Open the PDF Link  to learn more about How Parents and Guardians can obtain Google Classroom notifications

PupilPath is a student information system for parents and students. PupilPath allows parents and students to view important student and school information such as student attendance records, class schedule, assignment due dates and grades, graduation eligibility, school announcements, and more. This is a convenient tool for both parents and students to keep up with class work and student performance.

RETURNING TO PUPIL PATH
Students how have used PupilPath last year can login with the same E-mail/ID and password they used last year. Students login with their 9-digit student OSIS Numbers. Parents login with their E-mail!


If you have forgotten your password click “Forgot Your Password?” and follow the instructions from the list below:

  • For parents you will be prompted to input your E-mail address and select your school.

  • For students you will be prompted to return to the Login Screen and re-register to reset your password. 


NEW TO PUPIL PATH
First, you must register on Pupil Path. Students received a Pupil Path invitation email from school the day before school begins. This email provides the registration codes needed to sign up. If any student has not received their registration codes, please contact the Pupil Path point person at your school.