American Eagle is the CMS (Content Management System) used to control the Maine 207 district websites, and in turn, is where staff, class, and club webpages are hosted. Below is a general FAQ listing for the most common questions we receive regarding the American Eagle website system.
A: There are just a few steps to get logged into American Eagle.
A: Your password for American Eagle is completely different from SIS and Staff Gmail. You can change it to be the same as another system, but keep in mind that it will NOT automatically stay in sync with anything else!
If you happen to have forgotten your password, you can use the "Forgot Password" link under the Login box on the Am Eagle login page to have the system change your password for you.
Simply enter your proper user name (reminder: your full email address) and you will receive an email sent with a new password you can use to login.
A: This depends on a few different things:
If there is any part of the site which you do not have control of, but believe you should have access to (such as a club site), feel free to submit a Helpdesk request to explain your situation.
A: YES! There is no objection to building Google Sites to take the place of any established department, sport, club, or class page. As long as you have a finished product that can be linked to, you can freely submit a Helpdesk request and let us know which page needs to be redirected to your Google Site.
The most important part that we need from you is the exact URL, or address, to the Google Site. This can be obtained simply by:
If you need assistance, feel free to ask Tech for help.
A: The Tech Dept has a specific Google Doc that is always being updated for staff that describes the entire process of working in Am Eagle.
You can find the document here.