At Home Learning

The Home Learning section of this website is designed to assist Tuckahoe families during the COVID-19 school closure event and to help skill practice continue at home.

A Message from APS About Learning At Home

Who should Tuckahoe families contact if they have questions?

As there may be different questions that come up during this time, please know that staff is here to support you and your child.  The list below highlights common questions and who to contact.

Technology Questions or Technical Support?

How do I connect my child’s APS issued iPad to Global Protect?
If you are experiencing technical issues with your child’s APS issued student iPad and it will not connect to the Global Protect App, please see these directions on how to connect the iPad to your home wifi network.  If the directions do not help, please read this additional handout for troubleshooting directions.

Email Tuckahoe Tech Support
If you need technical assistance during the closure pertaining to your child’s APS issued iPad, apps, connectivity, or accessing resources, please email In the email, please include the first and last name of your child, grade level, and student ID number.  Please explain the issue in as much detail as possible, to include screenshots (if necessary). This email will be checked regularly (Monday – Friday) by Meredith Allen, Tuckahoe’s Instructional Technology Coordinator.  Your email will be answered in a timely manner.

Forgot a password or unable to log into Seesaw?
If your child forgets a password or is unable to get into a Seesaw class, please email your child’s classroom teacher. If your child is unable to see a specific Seesaw class, please email

Questions about Library Resources or Electronic Databases?
If you have questions about Arlington Public Schools electronic databases and library resources, please email Tuckahoe’s librarian, Kristin Brynsvold (

For additional support from our Student Support Team you may contact the following staff members:

How Can I clean the iPad at home?
How to clean your APS iPad

Talking to Kids about Coronavirus

This NPR audio link may be helpful to families talking to students in grades 3-5 about the coronavirus.

This article from Confident Parents, Confident Kids offers ideas for what to do while schools are closed.Other resources: