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Information for Parents and Students about Home Access Center (HAC) and Process / Product Grading and Recovery.

Common Core Resources

 

 

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Please follow the provided hyperlink to access the Maryland State Department of Education's resource page for materials related to the Common Core State Standards.

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Common Core State Standards

Resources for Parents and Students

 

 

 

 

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Home Access Center (HAC)

Parents/Guardians:

As part of our recent eSchool update, the look of HAC has changed its appearance. When you click on the link to HAC, you will find this login:

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Simply type your HAC username and password and you will be able to find the same data about your student by clicking one of the 5 icons across the top. Thank you and we hope you enjoy this newer, cleaner HAC experience.  Jim Corns, Director of Information Technology

Home Access Center, or HAC for short, is a web based application which is tightly integrated with the Teacher Access Center; the electronic gradebook system used by our teachers. It is designed to be easy to use and equally as easy to share information between teachers, school officials, and parents.

Launch HAC

HAC Manual


** If you experience trouble opening an attachment from HAC in Mozilla Firefox, you can Right Click and select “Save Link As” in order to save the attachment to your local machine. Navigate to file location and open accordingly.

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Process/Product Grading and Recovery

The Superintendent has emphasized a student-centered instructional model in which feedback and grading will be reported to parents via the Home Access Center (HAC) categorized as either process or product. Process refers to activities, homework, class work, and experiences in which learning is “under construction”, whereas products refers to demonstrations, performances, and assessments of student learning. In addition, the Superintendent has reinforced our core value that “all children can and will learn” – a belief that drives our work and defines our mission statement.

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