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Our virtual summer classes will be offered via google classrooms and/or Odysseyware. You can find the Google class codes on our webpage. Odysseyware will be used for Social Studies and all electives available in our program. All Odyssey classes will be available on Monday, June 1st. If your student already has an Odyssey account, his/her classes will be uploaded by Monday.

For students who will be using Odysseyware for the first time, you will login at the following link:

Odysseyware requires a six digit user name and six digit password. The USER name will be your student's First Initial + Last Initial + the student ID#. If your student's ID# only has 3 numbers, you must add a "0" in front of it.  For example:

 Ann Ewing's ID# is 101. Her user name is ae0101

 Cedrick Cunnningham's ID# is 4565. His user name is cc4565

The PASSWORD will be 00+the student ID#. If your student's ID# only has 3 numbers, you must add three (3) zeroes in front of it. If your student's ID# has 4 numbers, then you must add two (2) zeroes in front of it.

For example:

 Ann Ewing's ID# is 101. Her password is 000101

 Cedrick Cunningham's ID# is 4565. His password is 004565 EOC CLASSES:

If your student failed a course that has an EOC test, it is extremely important that he/she complete all summer assignments and earn credit for that course so that he/she does not have to take the EOC for graduation. All students who earn credit this year for a course that has an EOC test will NOT be required to pass that test for graduation purposes.

Summer School will end on June 25th.

If you have any questions, please email your student's counselor:

Last Name A - Garcia: Angela Saldivar -

Last Name Garner - O: Scott Taylor -

Last Name P - Z: Linda Salazar -

All HPMA: Zonia Rodriguez -


Summer Chemistry Google Classroom Code: tzxwdfg

Assignment Title


1. Sign up for remind - Chemistry


2. Parts of an Atom


3. Periodic Table


4. Physical Properties of Matter


5. Endothermic/Exothermic Review


6. Chemical Formulas


7. Balancing Chemical Equations


8. Chemistry Basic Review


9. Water: The Universal Solvent


10. pH Scale


Type the code into the following link: Instructions: Do these correctly to get credit for the work.

  1. Use your first and last name when you take the quiz. Example: John Smith (so I can easily find your name and give you credit)
  2. Make a 70 or greater. Take the quizzes as many times as needed. Just put a number after each attempt. Ex. John Smith, John Smith 1...
  3. Keep track of your work. You can take a screenshot of your high score and upload it to google classroom right after you are finished so you don't forget.

Lastly, all quizizz codes expire on June 24th at 11:45 p.m.

Contact Info: You can also text me on remind or from google voice: (361) 210-6952