CLICK HERE to sign up for a Parent Account with the access code for your student.
If you already have an account on Schoology, you can CLICK HERE to log in and view your student's information or to link another student to your parent account.
Parents can look up their students' account information, as well as the Parent Access Code for Schoology, in Skyward. CLICK HERE for the guide to locating Parent Access Codes.
More information about Skyward (our Student Information System) can be found on our website (CLICK HERE).
VIDEO CONFERENCING WITH GOOGLE MEET
When our schools are in a remote learning situation, Google Meet will be used for class video conference calls. Google Meet is a widely used, secure web-based app, with accessibility options, and controls specific to schools. See below for a screenshot with more information, or visit Google Meet Help Center (CLICK HERE).
Our schools have checked out Chromebook laptops to students by class.
Middle and high school students are expected to take devices home each day, while elementary students will keep their devices at school until needed at home.
If students already have a dedicated, Internet-connected device with webcam and keyboard, families may opt out of checking out a device. However, this won't give students a consistent device that can be serviced by District staff.
Our Chromebooks are high-quality devices that are three years old or less, typically with touchscreens.
LOOKING FOR INTERNET ACCESS? SEVERAL OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Our district has mobile hotspots available for checkout for families in need (must be in Verizon service areas).
As a last resort, all of our schools have Wi-Fi access available on the outside of the buildings. View this page for more information.
At Home Tech Support Documents
Chrome allows a user to create separate browser profiles for each Google account. This allows users to keep work, school, and/or personal accounts all separate, but still use them at the same time. Click the link above to view the guide and video tutorial to creating a Chrome Profile.
Tech Support for Remote Learning
Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday
For Coeur d’Alene Public School Students and Families
As Coeur d'Alene Public Schools continues some forms of online learning, the District’s Technology Department will continue to provide limited remote support for District Technology resources. The Coeur d'Alene Technology Department will attempt to provide “best effort” support for:
- District devices or accounts outside the school environment
- Limited support connecting a district device to personal Wi-Fi networks
- Answer basic questions about personal device access to Coeur d'Alene technology resources and applications
This best effort may vary depending on many factors such as:
- The number of people waiting for assistance from Coeur d'Alene Technology Staff
- Knowledge of the responder and their understanding of district Technology resources
- Responder's technology knowledge and experience, including their understanding and access to their home network
District Technology staff will only provide remote assistance and support and are not available to go offsite to address technology issues. Advice given by Coeur d'Alene Technology Support members should be followed at your own risk. The District will not take responsibility for the correct operation, maintenance or support of personal networks and personal devices.
For physical repair of district devices (broken screen, keyboard, battery issue, etc.), please communicate with email@example.com to arrange repair. Broken devices will need to be dropped off at our District Office (1400 N. Northwood Center Court, CDA 83814) by appointment, and a replacement device will be checked out to the student. Accidental damage will be repaired at no cost the 1st time, but starting with the 2nd physical repair needed, the student may be charged $25, or the replacement cost of the device.
To reach Coeur d'Alene Technology Support please email firstname.lastname@example.org anytime. Questions concerning the use of applications and resources assigned by teachers should be directed back to the teacher or staff member who assigned the work.
Digital Citizenship is a crucial topic to include in educating students as technology has taken a more prominent role in education, curriculum, and learning. Coeur d'Alene School District uses content from Common Sense Media to guide students to becoming digital citizens in their community. To partner with us and continue those conversations at home, here are more resources and activities located on the Common Sense Media site, that you can do at home as a family.