Technology Information

Technology Hotline:  541-757-5862

How To Connect To Your Home Wireless Internet
--updated 10/5/16

Please follow the steps below to connect your student’s iPad to your home internet:

  1. Check to make sure you have your iPad connected to your network:
    Click on the settings icon

    Open the blue Wi-Fi tab on the left and choose your home Wi-Fi. If it is password protected you will need to enter your password. Once it connects the first time you should not have to do it again.

  2. Go into Settings , then click on “Safari” in the left pane .
    In the right pane, at the bottom select "Clear History and Website Data".
    Confirm this action by selecting “clear” from the pop up window. This will make Safari forget about any failed attempts to connect.

  3. Return to the home screen. Open the “Mobile Filter” shortcut

  4. This will open the login window for the Mobile Filter. Enter the following username and password:
    Username:   john
    Password:    john

  5. Optional: Create a shortcut to this page on your home screen.  
    Select the following icon at the top of the browser bar

    Then select “Add To Home Screen”

    That's it! You are on the network.

  6. Still not connecting? Shut down the iPad and try, try again.

The most common problem is trying to connect through an app, rather than going through Safari. The mobile filter will not prompt for a password and will block the network if you are trying to connect through an app. Be sure to go through Safari to get the filter to prompt for the password.

How to Download the Algebra 1 Textbook for Mrs. Swenson's Class: (Updated 12/7/17)
It's important to follow all the steps!
  1. Open your Google Drive and log yourself out. In the upper left click on your name, click manage, Click Remove. This just logs you off the account. Your stuff is still all out there waiting for your to log back in.
  2. Open Settings, in the left column scroll down until your find Safari. Click on it. Then in the right column scroll down to almost the bottom and click "Clear History and Website Data".
  3. Close that and then go to Safari. Type in the Linus Pauling website: LPMS.US
  4. In Left column under Quick Links go to "Technology (iPads)"
  5. Click on the link below

When it loads then click on the upload button and load it to iBooks.

Below are the iPad student Bootcamps presentations we are using to guide discussions with our students at Linus Pauling.  

iPad Tips and Tricks (see link below)
Subpages (1): iPad Tips and Tricks
Eric Beasley,
Oct 2, 2013, 3:22 PM
Eric Beasley,
Oct 2, 2013, 3:13 PM
Eric Beasley,
Oct 2, 2013, 3:15 PM
Eric Beasley,
Oct 2, 2013, 3:16 PM
Eric Beasley,
Oct 2, 2013, 3:17 PM