Accessing Teacher Web Pages
In order to enhance instruction and communication with students and parents concerning classroom issues, teachers may create classroom web pages. The content to be posted on these web pages must relate directly and logically to instruction currently being provided in the teacher’s classroom or upcoming classroom/program activities.
Frequently Asked Questions regarding teacher web pages
Q. How do I get to my child's teacher’s homepage?
A. The web address to access a teacher’s homepage is in the format:
Q. I've typed in the teacher's address correctly, but it can't be found?
A. If you are sure that the address is correct, then the teacher is probably not using web pages to communicate with the community. Contact the teacher directly to find out if they are using web pages.
Q. On my computer at work I see a link to send the teacher an e-mail, but at home the link is missing. What happened?
has scripting disabled. Refer to the Help that is supplied with your
browser to find out how to enable scripting. If you do not want
scripting enabled, then send an e-mail by opening your mail program and
enter the e-mail address in the form of:
Q. Will my child's photograph be shown on these pages?
Your child's photograph may be shown on these pages. Student names and photographs are directory information; parents must actively request not to have student names and photos published. For more information see the policy document located at:
Q. What type of information can a teacher post on their web pages?
The content to be posted on these web pages must relate directly and
logically to instruction currently being provided in the teacher’s
classroom or upcoming classroom/program activities. This includes
communicating instructional and event information to parents, students,
and the community. Examples of uses are:
Q. I feel that some of the content on a teacher's web page is inappropriate, what should I do?
A. The first step should be to contact your child's teacher with your concern. You should also familiarize yourself with the policy document located : http://teach.beaverton.k12.or.us so you are aware of what the District has deemed to be appropriate usage of Teacher Homepages. If, after discussing your concerns with the teacher, you still believe the content is not appropriate, then you should contact the principal at your school.
Q. I typed in the teacher's homepage address, but what do I do now?
A. The main homepage area is divided into two main sections. The main area on the right displays the actual homepages that are available to view. Simply click on the underlined Subject or Name and the contents will be displayed. After you are done viewing that page, click on the Back button to take you to your previous location.
On the left-hand side, you may see separate subject areas that the teacher has organized. If you click on one of these areas, the right-hand side will change to show you the homepages available for viewing within this subject area. If you then click on one of the homepages in the right-hand side, you will be able to view its contents.