- BTCommunity e-mail: All e-mails sent from Blessed Trinity - specifically including e-Newsletters, lunch account balance notices, e-mails sent by a teacher (not including replies), service hours updates, and special BT-related e-mail announcements - are sent ONLY to your btcommunity.org e-mail address. More information on BTCommunity e-mail - including directions for forwarding e-mails to your personal account - can be found here.
- e-grades: Parents and students may access grades, review attendance and discipline entries, and access an on-line family directory via the e-grades site. Additional information on the e-grades site is available here.
- Google Classroom and moodle: Blessed Trinity utilizes two systems for on-line classroom/learning management: moodle and Google Classroom. Both of these systems are an extension of the classroom, and access can only be granted to students. If parents wish to view homework assignments or other content in either of these systems, simply ask your student to share the content with you. If you have specific questions about the content of Google Classroom or moodle, please contact the teacher directly.
Commonly Asked Questions
What is my username/password?
Why am I assigned an e-mail address?
We assign e-mail addresses so that we have a "known good" address on file - prior to assigning e-mail addresses we frequently encountered situations where a family e-mail address had changed and we were not notified (or for any of a number of other reasons e-mails were not being delivered). By assigning e-mail addresses we know that we have a valid address for every parent. Our parent e-mail system is hosted for free by Google and gives you the ability to forward your BT e-mails to the personal account of your choosing so you do not have to check yet another e-mail account.
Do separated families receive two accounts?
No. We only have the capability to issue one account per student. We will automatically send a copy of the information (as part of the summer mailing) to non-custodial parents whose address we have on file.
How do I change my password?
We strongly recommend that you not change your passwords - because we use multiple systems (some of which do not allow passwords to be changed) it is recommended that you keep all passwords set as they are reflected on your yellow sheet of paper. This is especially important in the case of separated families where multiple parents will be accessing the system. If you believe that someone is accessing your account without your consent please e-mail email@example.com with any details and we can assign a new password.