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  • Chromebooks will be tied to district accounts on February 1, 2018 To improve account security and device management, all district-issued Chromebooks will be restricted to district-provided G Suite for Education accounts as of February 1, 2018.Students and staff ...
    Posted Jan 1, 2018, 8:47 AM by Granger Meador
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PowerSchool
PowerSchool

Students and parents can access online gradebooks, attendance records, and more using the online PowerSchool service.
The district is using Google's G Suite for Education. This provides a variety of collaborative tools, including age-appropriate access to student email accounts and shared document creation and submittal.

Canvas
Canvas 

The Canvas Learning Management System will be available across grades 6-12 in 2017-2018. Participating classes will have some digital assignments and related curricula for students to access while at school or home. Students can use Canvas to see some assignments and class announcements, download files, take quizzes, access links to other sites, view embedded videos, or engage in secure class discussions while online. 

While Canvas should work in any web browser, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are often recommended. Parents and guardians can sign up to be "Observers" of their children's Canvas accounts.

District Technology Policies for Students


Chromebook
Chromebooks

The district has provided Chromebooks for student use at several sites. These low-cost mobile computing devices rely on the district's G Suite for Education and Canvas cloud services, giving students filtered internet access with document creation, collaboration, and submission.

Every freshman will receive a Chromebook in 2017-2018 which he or she will use at school and at home for the remainder of their time at Bartlesville High School.  
The district uses iPads for its Project Lead the Way Launch STEM curriculum.

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Chromebooks will be tied to district accounts on February 1, 2018

posted Jan 1, 2018, 7:17 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Jan 1, 2018, 8:47 AM ]

To improve account security and device management, all district-issued Chromebooks will be restricted to district-provided G Suite for Education accounts as of February 1, 2018.

Students and staff will no longer be able to login to a district-issued Chromebook using a personal Google account. They will need to always login with a district bps-ok.org account.
  • Students' district accounts are username@stu.bps-ok.org
If a student has set up a separate personal Google account, files stored there will no longer be available on district-issued Chromebooks. To access such files, the student will need to follow these instructions on moving Drive files from a personal to a district account.

If students need to import email, contacts, or calendar events from personal accounts into their district accounts, see these Gmail import instructions.
G Suite Chromebook

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