Welcome to our distance learning page. We know that there is no replacement for teacher contact time with students in the classroom. When in-person instruction is not an option, the Raymore-Peculiar School District seeks to provide resources for student learning.
We understand the challenges of distance learning. The links below are intended to assist with some of common troubleshooting issues and address some frequently asked questions.
What should a student/parent do if District Chromebook is not working?
- Submit a Help Desk ticket. Make sure to include your phone number in the ticket so the Technology Department can call for pick up/drop off instructions. If you can’t submit a ticket, call and leave a message at the Help Desk at 816-892-1633. All pickup and exchanges will be done at the Administrative Services Center through the Help Desk tickets.
Free District WiFi
To help students who do not have internet access at home, or who have unreliable internet access available, the District now offers free WiFi at some school locations. The District’s Maintenance and Technology Departments worked together to install wireless access points to provide free WiFi access from the parking lots at some schools.
- Eagle Glen Elementary School, 100 S. Foxridge Dr., Raymore
- Raymore Elementary School, 500 S. Madison St., Raymore
- Peculiar Elementary School, 201 E. Third St., Peculiar
- Timber Creek Elementary School, 310 E. Calico Dr., Raymore
The access points are broadcasting RP Connect and can be used with any Ray-Pec School District-issued device. Link to maps showing where to park to access WiFi signal.
Welcome parents of Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade students. Your child’s teacher and school will be contacting you via email during our time of distance learning. As always, please feel free to reach out to your child’s teacher with any questions or concerns about your child’s learning.
Beginning April 6, PreK-5 teachers will email you once a week a brief overview of the learning for the week. PreK-1st grade learning materials will continue in the format PDFs of choice boards and/or packets emailed to the parent. The format should be similar each week and are designed so that they can be done with parent support. Remember the teacher is just an email away. Students in Grades 2-5 will now be interacting with their teacher through an online platform. Teachers at all grades will reach out if they notice your child is struggling, and please do not hesitate to contact the teacher if you have any questions. We are here for you and your child during this unprecedented time of distance learning. Always, family health and well-being come first. We will be thinking of you and your child.
PreK-5 Parent/Guardian FAQs
Middle school and high school students should receive communications from their teachers and schools regularly. Teachers will share specific assignments using established digital resources such as Canvas, Google Classroom or Google Drive/Mail.
Parents of middle school and high school students may find the following digital tools to be helpful instructional supports. Please be sure to have your student login using their school username and password, when needed, in order to successfully access each resource. As always, please don’t hesitate to communicate with your child’s teacher and school for clarification and support.
Secondary Parent/Guardian FAQs
- Khan Academy (click here) - Helpful instructional videos for multiple subjects
- Big Ideas Math (click here) - Online math resource
- Canvas (click here) - Learning management system used for online course work
- Google Classroom (click here) - Online classroom for exchange of digital work
- Edulastic (click here) - Online assessment tool
- Pearson Realize (click here) - Online Social Studies resource
- Ed (click here) - Online Social Studies resource
- District list of additional, approved digital resources (click here)