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Student Resources

Below are some of the programs utilized at T.C. Berrien. Additional information has been provided as a quick reference to understanding how we access and use them to help with your child’s learning. If you have specific questions please ask your child’s classroom teacher.


Each Cumberland County School has its own home page for their individual media center.

Destiny software is connecting 21st-century learners to digital resources and tools. Find your local school’s media center resources at destiny.ccs.k12.nc.us.

For Students and Parents:

  • A familiar technology and visual interface to encourage successful library use
  • Provide 24/7 access to the multi-language OPAC
  • Provide easy access to reading program titles that match students’ reading levels
  • Direct students to safe, relevant K-12 Websites containing educator-reviewed, age-appropriate information

Success Maker [Home Base Login (IAM)]
This link takes several steps to get you to Home Base Login. This is the Parent Sign In page but by scrolling down to the bottom you will see Student Sign In. At the very bottom, you will see a blue rectangle that you click on to take you to the Login for RapidIdentity Home Base. Once you go to the link, you enter your Student ID number and then enter the appropriate password for your class.


ClassDojo is a free communication app for the classroom. It connects teachers, parents, and students who use it to share photos, videos, and messages through the school day. They use ClassDojo to work together as a team, share in the classroom experience, and bring big ideas to life in their classrooms and homes. ClassDojo’s mission is to give teachers, parents, and students the power to transform education from the ground-up, in every classroom in the world.


Emergency Preparedness Resources

Earthquake Safety Activities

Youth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum: Ready Kids

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Published by Kenneth Josef on May 15, 2020