Food and Meal Information
For information on our School Lunch Program for Students and our Ready-To-Go Food Bags for Families, please visit our COVID-19: Food and Meal Resources for Families page.
Do you need Internet Access?
Apply for free Comcast Internet:
Apply online at https://internetessentials.com/
Information about wireless connectivity:
Comcast, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint
View CNET Article for additional information.
Xfinity WiFi Free For Everyone: Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers.
For a map of Xfinity WiFi hotspots, visit www.xfinity.com/wifi.
Once at a hotspot, consumers should select the “xfinitywifi” network name in the list of available hotspots, and then launch a browser.
Student Google ID's
Your student's teacher should be able to provide you with your child's Google ID to login with. Their Google ID allows them to login to Clever and their Google Apps. Their ID begins with their year of graduation followed by their last name, first name initial, middle name initial followed by @student.plymouth.k12.ma.us
Listed below are the year of graduations correlating to their grade in school:
2020 Grade 12
2021 Grade 11
2022 Grade 10
2023 Grade 9
2024 Grade 8
2025 Grade 7
2026 Grade 6
2027 Grade 5
2028 Grade 4
2029 Grade 3
2030 Grade 2
2031 Grade 1
2032 Grade Kindergarten
Please see the directions for logging into Clever in this same EdTech Support section of our website.
CLEVER: How does my child log in to Clever?
The easiest way for a student to log into Clever is at the following url:
By selecting the Plymouth Clever link, students will not have to select the State of Massachusetts and their School in Plymouth.
They can also go to our Plymouth Public Schools Remote Learning Website and choose Students & Families tab at the top and then select Clever.
Students can then log in with their Google ID.
If the student has a Clever badge (K-2) they can visit this Clever page to see how to log in using a badge.
Google CLASSROOM: Support for Parents and Students
For Google Classroom support for PARENTS, there is a great overview as well as a video which you can share with parents.
For Google Classroom support for STUDENTS, listed below are 2 excellent visuals on getting to know Google Classroom.
How to Get a Photo from your Phone to your Child's Google Classroom, etc.
K-5 students do not have email accounts.
How do you get a picture you took with your mobile phone to your child's Google Classroom.
The easiest way might be for the parent to install the Google DRIVE app on their phone. Then, when they take the photo they can upload to the DRIVE app via the phone. Within the Google Drive App, you can switch between Google Accounts so you can switch between your own personal account and your child(s) account.