Welcome to Home Base!
Home Base is North Carolina’s suite of digital classroom management tools and instructional resources for teachers, students, parents and administrators. Teachers use Home Base to access student data as well as teaching and learning resources to help students. Students can access their assignments, grades and learning activities. Parents can view their children’s attendance and grades, and administrators can monitor data about students and teachers in their schools.
Home Base, developed with assistance from the federal Race to the Top grant from 2010-2015, is now supported with state and local school district funding. It provides a secure and comprehensive suite of digital learning tools and student information systems. Its educator evaluation and professional development resources save teachers time, and provide access to online learning resources aligned with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.
Connect with us Feb. 10-12 as we host our 30th Annual Home Base Symposium at the Sheraton Four Seasons Hotel in Greensboro. Don't miss this information-packed conference featuring in–depth training on the functionality of PowerSchool, Schoolnet, TNL and other Home Base applications.
Participation in the Home Base Suite
The Department of Public Instruction is committed to moving North Carolina public schools as far as possible towards personalized learning for every student. To that end, we are excited to be able to utilize RttT funds to provide all districts and charter schools with access to both the full suite of Home Base tools (including Schoolnet, the Learning Object Repository, and the Local Professional Development option in TNL) and the newly integrated Learning Management System, Canvas, for only $1/ADM.
- View this PDF to see if your school district has opted in at this price.
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- Memo Providing Opt-In Information
- Home Base Opt-in and Payment for FY 2015-16
Accessing Home Base
While this website provides information resources about Home Base and how to use it well, educators, students and parents receive official access to Home Base through their local school district or charter school. Access is granted as appropriate, based on individual roles and responsibilities.
This site provides resources to navigate the basics of Home Base including how to get started, best practices shared by experienced teachers and news about additions to the Home Base suite. Integrating online learning into your classroom is made easier by engaging our resource tools.
Follow our Updates in the left sidebar. Sign up to receive by email the Biweekly Updates Newsletter and news alerts via Twitter. Exploring how you can integrate more online learning into the classroom or exploring Home Base for the first time? Start with our Home Base Toolkit, below, and the Frequently Asked Questions page.