7 months ago
7 months ago
District email belongs to the school district and email should not be considered private. It can be accessed for Freedom of Information requests, eDiscovery, or administrative reasons. Email is provided by the district for business use.
How to set up a smartphone:
If you use IOS version 6 or higher: Open Settings, then open Mail, Contacts, and Calendars. Select
Add an Account, then Microsoft Exchange (IOS 3.0 only allows one Exchange mail server). In the Email
field, enter your full email address.Enter your Google Account password as the Password. Press Next
at the top of your screen. Enter m.google.com in the Server field. Leave the Domain field blank. Enter
your FULL email address as the Username. Press Next at the top of your screen again.
If you use older versions of IOS:
Leave the Domain field blank. Enter your full Google Account email address as the Username. Enter
your Google Account password as the Password. Tap Next at the top of your screen. Choose Cancel
if the Unable to Verify Certificate dialog appears. When the new Server field appears,
enter m.google.com. To access m.google.com, set the language to English (US). Press Next at the top
of your screen again.
How to set up a Windows Phone
Benefits of the Google Enterprise for Schools Email System which Our District Uses.
- Excellent email system with many features
- More powerful calendar
- Word processing and spreadsheet online
- Collaboration tools
- Saves the district money and time
- Provides Google Dive with a great deal of secure storage to store with ability to share files
- Reliable and secure - it always works
- Connects with smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops
- Green! Reduces the district's environmental footprint
7 months ago
School Technology Coaches
Each school has one or more instructional staff assigned the role of Technology Coach who has the additional duties of providing on-site support to teachers and administrators with the primary goal of helping integrate technology into instruction. They also are the school contact for all issues relating to the Teacher Technology Competencies.
Jeff Brink-District Technology Coach
Robert Sherer, District Technology Coach
Tracy Addy (LDHS)
Jeffrey Whitener (LDHS)
Claudia John (Hickory Tavern)
Michele Spires (Gray Court-Owings)
Kayla Patterson (Waterloo)
Ami Hardy (Laurens Elementary)
Chromebook Info for Students -- COVID-19
7 months ago
By Jim Iacuone
Need help ? Having an issue ?
Please contact your teacher. They may have easy solution for you. If not they will submit a technology support request for you to get the issue resolved.
Edmentum Issues ?
1) Click the three dots at the top right.
2) Click History.
3) Click History on the pop-out menu.
4) Click Clear browsing data on the left.
5) Set the time range to All time.
6) Note the browsing history option is grayed out. That is on purpose.
6) Make sure cookies and other site data is checked.
7) Make sure cached images and files is checked.
8) Click on Clear data.
9) Close all open tabs.
10) Relaunch Chrome to see if the problem is resolved.
1 (800) 419-3191
Chromebook Damaged or Defective ?
If you Chromebook is accidentally damaged or defective please contact your teacher. They will submit a technology support request for you.
Issues with Clever ?
If you are having issues with Clever.com please contact your teacher. They will submit a technology support request for you
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a temporary FCC program to help households struggling to afford internet service during the pandemic. This benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and more. For information follow this link.