• Blended Learning Information
    D2L - Student Sign in document
    FAQ - 
    Hybrid Classes being offered in the OJRHS Course of Study

    The Park Hill School District is excited to invite you to participate in a Parent Access pilot for the district's learning management system Desire2Learn. Your participation in this pilot will assist the Park Hill School District as we prepare for district-wide implementation of D2L Parent Access.

    The pilot will run from February 17, 2014 - March 10, 2014. Within this window, please use Desire2Learn to access your student's course content. At the end of the pilot window, the district will request that you complete an anonymous survey so that you can provide input to improve Parent Access for Park Hill parents.

    What is Desire2Learn?

    Desire2Learn, commonly called D2L, is a learning management system that 5th grade students are using as a part of FLiP and provides students with an online learning platform which extends learning beyond the classroom walls and the traditional class day.

    What information can parents access through Desire2Learn?

    Parents can access their 5th grade student’s core academic course through D2L. Within their student’s core academic course, parents can view content materials provided by the teacher including handouts, websites, learning videos, presentations, rubrics, and instructional materials that align to specific units and learning goals.

    Why do parents need access to Desire2Learn?

    The Park Hill School District believes that parents play a vital role in the success of their student and encourages all parents to be involved in their student’s education.

    How do parents login to Desire2Learn?

    To access Desire2Learn, parents will go to http://learn.parkhill.k12.mo.us and login using their assigned PowerSchool Parent Username and Password for their 5th grade student that was provided on the letter your child shared with you at the Student Showcase.

    Click here for additional information and instructions for using Desire2Learn.