Students

Student Online Learning Platforms 

Access Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drive and more, all in one place! 

Continue to work even when your internet is down 

Manage files, assignments, assessments, learning outcomes, and badges 

Strengthen reading, improve overall literacy, and prepare for the rigors of college and career. 

Play games, complete short lessons, and improve foundational skills 

Check your attendance and grades 

Watch curriculum based animated movies, play learning games, take interactive quizzes and participate in primary source activities 

Kindergarten through third grade students can watch educational videos and play games 

Watch curriculum based animated movies, play learning games, take interactive quizzes and participate in primary source activities all in Spanish!

Access high-quality content and participate in ready-to-use activities 

Discover encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other age-appropriate information resources that support research. 

Access an online library of safe and legal digital media to support online learning. 

Complete homework using thousands of articles, images, multimedia assets, and detailed maps while also enjoying a variety of useful learning tools developed by education experts.  

Access high-interest, readable content enhanced with rich multimedia, including nearly 700 videos and original animations and 17,000 + photos and illustrations. 

Search and access all your print and digital resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, and interactive books, as well as free and paid subscription databases. 

Borrow millions of titles from top publishers to meet your needs.  

Gain comfort with research by accessing age-appropriate, reliable, curriculum-related content covering a broad range of subjects taught in the classroom like animals, arts and music, social studies, and more. 

Access age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more.  

Read animated, talking picture books which teach you the joy of reading in a format you'll love.  

Unity students can access an amazing online collection of ebooks, enhanced novels, graphic novels, videos and audio books.  


 

Get To Know Your Chromebook

 Learn all the benefits of using your Chromebook. Learn how to access G Suite Apps, keyboard functions, and general care

 


 

September Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Breakfast

Elementary School Lunch

Unity Jr. High Lunch


 

The Daniel Murphy Scholarship Foundation (DMSF) was started in 1989 to provide educational opportunities to Chicagoland students who, without financial assistance, would not have the chance to attend high-performing private high schools outside their zip code.

Each year, 125 eight-graders are selected to receive the scholarship, and if chosen get to pick any parochial and day schools in Chicago or boarding schools across the U.S.

Since its inception, DMSF has awarded more than 2,400 students with scholarships.

The initial application requires THREE distinct portions to be filed by the student, a parent, and the student's teacher and principal or guidance counselor. Students answer short questions and two long essays on academic aspirations and personal goals, parents must both respond to questions and provide financial information, and school staff must complete recommendation forms and submit report card and standardized test results. 

Following review, select students are asked for an interview with their parents, where students meet with three panels of members from the DMSF Education Department and will receive a decision two weeks after submission.