Use the buttons below to navigate through information and resources provided to support students and families while learning remotely. This site is a work-in-progress and will be updated over time.
Frequently Asked Questions
All course information can be accessed in StudentVUE and ParentVUE. For additional information, visit the WJCC Schools VUE page.
ParentVUE provides families with another way to communicate with schools and for schools to communicate with families. Additionally, parents can stay up-to-date about their students’ grades, assignments and attendance. With the StudentVUE, students can access near real-time information on assignments, attendance, class schedules and more!
Lessons, assignments, and assessments for elementary students can be found in the class websites tab in VUE.
Lessons, assignments, and assessments for middle and high school students can be found in the Canvas Learning Management System.
NOTE: It is important to keep your specific account login information secure. Never share your passwords with others!
Office 365 & Discovery Education
Get online access to Microsoft Office applications and Discovery Education.
As students continue to learn remotely, access to products such as OneDrive can reach their access limits. When that happens, Microsoft “throttles” (slows down) access to its affected systems until the level of activity decreases. Unfortunately, the school division does not have any control over Microsoft’s actions. The WJCC Schools department of technology team is aware of this issue and is looking for options to lessen the impact on remote teaching and learning. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by Microsoft’s business practices.
A link isn’t working in my virtual classroom, who do I contact to repair it?WJCC Schools2020-09-18T14:19:28-04:00
Note: If you bookmark this page, make sure you bookmark the address listed above and NOT the login success page! To check this, right click on the bookmark and click edit. Look at the URL – if it’s different from what is above, copy and paste the link in the URL field. Click Save.
Yes. Internet filtering is a requirement of all public schools. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires all network access to be filtered. As such, when logged in to a WJCC device, students are routed through the division’s firewall.
Am I still held accountable for the Acceptable Use Policy that I signed previously?WJCC Schools2020-08-18T12:06:58-04:00
Yes. The Acceptable Use Policy remains in effect when participating in school activities, whether using a WJCC-issued device or a personal device. Violating the terms of the AUP is a Student Code of Conduct violation.
Many technical issues can be resolved by properly restarting your computer. Save any items that you are working on and then click on the Windows icon in the lower left corner of your screen. Click on Power and then Restart.