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Digital Citizenship: Home

Accessing the Digital Citizenship Google Doc

Each class will have a Google Classroom, where you will access the Google Document for your group, as well as post your final PSA. 

To access the Google Classroom: 

1. Go to

2. Put in the code for your class: 

  • Mr. Hogan- 1b1c7f
  • Mrs. Garvey- z19350l
  • Mrs. Lynch- lyskky
  • Mr. Ejzak- 9x1cle

3. One person in your group will access the Google Document and make a copy. The rest of the group members will go to their google drive to wait for the shared document. 

4. You will also post your final video to this Google Classroom!

PSA Project Rubric

This is the rubric which will be used to grade your group project. Please refer to it periodically as you complete your assignment.


Rubric for PSA Project:


Point Value

Digital Citizenship Google Doc includes completed answers to questions related to assigned two articles.


Digital Citizenship Google Doc includes references for two articles from the New York Times, with completed facts and citations.


Digital Citizenship Google Doc includes a completed Storyboard,  which illustrates specific images as well as dialogue and/or details for each scene in the PSA. Students could also hand in their printed storyboard to Mrs. Myers.


Video was uploaded to the Google Classroom by due date.


PSA is directly related to the assigned topic, and is no longer than 60 seconds in length.


New York Times Access

You will be using the New York Times website to locate articles that relate to your topic, and to assist you with creating your PSA. 

You should all have a New York Times login. If you have not created an account, please click on the link above and go through the steps to create your account.