Chromebook Basics for Families
This video will provide parents and students an introduction with Chromebook basics (connecting to wifi, logging in, caring for Chromebook, and GoGuardian).
Google Meet Basics for Families
This video will provide parents/guardians and students with the basics on how to use Google Meet for distance education.
Students AD/Infinite Campus/Canvas Log-in Example:
Student User Name:
First Name (DOT) PersonID:
Student Password (for past Swainston Student):
sms/Grade/Birth Year/Birth Month/Birth date:
User Name: thomas.182438
Google Mail Login (G-Mail)
NOTE: User name is not case sensitive and students do have the option to change their password. So, students if you've changed your password and forgotten it, please navigate to stutech.ccsd.net or myaccount.ccsd.net to reset it. If you've tried to reset your password and was unsuccessful call 702-799-4860 and ask to speak with Mr. Lemmon for assistance.
If the student attended a CCSD school other than Swainston during the 2019-2020 school year, he or she should use their password from their previous school. If a student is NEW to the CCSD this 2020-2021 school year, their password will be their birth date only (year/month/day) such as 20090326 (It will be an 8 digit number).
CCSD Paves Way for Increasing Internet Connectivity for Distance Learning
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Clark County School Board of Trustees has approved millions of dollars and entered the school district into agreements with Nevada companies to assist with internet connectivity for the 2020-21 school year.
The board held a regular meeting on Thursday night and approved $7.2 million for a year's worth of internet connection for students learning from home. $4.8 million was approved to purchase in-home internet connectivity from Cox Communications for qualifying households and $1.8 million to purchase internet hotspots from Kajeet for qualifying households.
The board also approved the district entering memorandum of agreement with Communities in Schools and nonprofits Future Smiles and Jobs for Nevada's Graduates, to staff the state's Connecting Kids call center. Communities in Schools and the two nonprofits will assist the call center with providing data and internet connection until October, unless the term of the agreement is extended.
A memorandum with Cox Communications was also approved, to provide affordable home internet connection for eligible students, for an indefinite period. Mike Casey from CCSD Operational Services said that the agreements were made in collaboration with state's COVID-19 task force.
Casey plugged the state's website and call center that was set up to assist with internet and device issues. He said that surveys on the website has reached 217,000 students to assess their technology needs.
Source: This article was posted on FOX 5, KVVU-TV, Local Las Vegas website on Aug 13, 2020.