• The Network

    Username and Password

    Every time you login you agree to the Acceptable Use Guidelines.

    Username: firstname.lastname (example: john.doe)
    Password: First time login? See Password Information page

    Password Guidelines

    • At least 8 (and up to 10) characters
    • At least one upper-case letter. (A-Z)
    • At least one lower-case letter. (a-z)
    • At least one number. (0-9)
    • At least one symbol/special character (!, $, #, etc.)
    • Passwords are case-sensitive.

    Note: You can change your password at any time if you believe your security has been compromised. On a network computer: 

    • Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete on your keyboard.
    • Click the Change a Password option.
    • In the pop-up window, type your Old Password.
    • Type a New Password, and retype it to confirm. Click OK.

    Network Drives

    When you click the two links below, you may need to wait a couple of seconds for the website to fully populate. Look for the small symbols that are laid over the main image and hover your mouse over those symbols for more information.

    Can I see what my Network Drives will look like?

    What are the Shared Drive folders?

    Securing your Computer

    Your computer must be secured when you leave it unattended. There are three methods you can use to lock your computer.

    • Click the Start button, then the Person symbol and select Lock. 

    start menu, profile, lock

    • Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete on your keyboard and select Lock this computer. 
    • Press the Windows flag key on your keyboard and simultaneously press the L key.

    windows key and letter L

    • On a Chromebook, press and hold the Lock button on the keyboard. 

    Internet Filtering System

    The district uses an Internet filtering system to shield students and staff from a vast majority of websites that are inappropriate for an educational environment. We also use a tiered filtering system. Tiered filtering means that staff may be able to access websites that students cannot access.

    Request Website Block/Unblock

    Submit Web Filter Modification Request (formerly Websense)  (also located on the Technology Resources page).

    • Complete the form and select the "Submit" button

    Internet Access for Students

    Grades K-12
    Students have access to the Internet from the first day of the school year. The teacher must go over the Acceptable Use Guidelines with every student during the first week of the school year. This process must be done every year.  

    Network Message Alerts

    From time to time, the district will send critical information through a web browser window. This will open automatically after you login to the network. Please read or print (and read later). These messages contain vital information.