1:1 Program Parent Resources
Beginning in the fall of 2016, District 300 will begin the 1:1 Program initiative, supplying 1st through 8th grade students with a computing device.
In order to provide parents with important details and information regarding the 1:1 Program, we have included 1:1 Program resources on this page.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email OneToOne@d300.org
1:1 Program Parent Resources:
1:1 Program Parent Orientation Video:
2016-2017 Parent Consent Form: Click here to read the 1:1 Program Parent Consent Form.
Parent Orientation PowerPoint Presentation: Click here to view the Parent Orientration PowerPoint presentation.
Parent Chromebook Academy Page: Click here to access the 1:1 Parent Chromebook Academy Page (Please note: requires Haiku username and password). Learn all the Haiku basics, including how to navigate Haiku, the difference between the parent and student view, and how to receive Haiku notifications.
Contact Us: Need help or have a 1:1 Program question? Please email OneToOne@d300.org
To access your Parent Haiku Account:
To access Haiku through the D300 website, take the following steps:
1) Go www.d300.org and click on "Parents" on the right hand side.
2) Click on Haiku under the Quick Links menu on the left hand side of the page.
What is my username/password on Haiku?
Your username is the email address you have entered in IC with the "@" sign replaced with a ".". For instance, if your IC email was email@example.com, your Haiku username would be john.smith.gmail.com and the password is District300. (If you do not have an email in IC, please log into the parent portal and change your contact preferences.)
Who do I do after I log in?
Once you have logged in, you will see Parent 1:1 Help. Please click on this page and you will see tutorials for how to utilize Haiku.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Haiku? Click here to watch a video that explains Haiku
Why do we use Haiku?
Haiku is the District 300 Learning Management System. This user-friendly system allows D300 to run in a cohesive environment, where students and parents have access to teacher websites, and other useful District 300 resources. Haiku is a web based program where you can stay connected to your child's education. This central location of content enables students and parents to easily view curriculum and assignments for many of their classes.
Haiku also syncs with Google Apps. This allows students to turn in assignments with ease, and also lets teachers directly comment on their work.
Why is Haiku important to you as a parent?
- It allows you to keep up-to-date with your child's classes
- View and access homework assignments
- Access the curriculum being taught