These Chromebooks were off all summer so they have not got all their new settings yet. Before logging in, the Chromebook needs a few minutes to talk to Google. Here are the steps to follow:
- Turn on the Chromebook
- Connect the Chromebook to the WiFi
- Wait 2-3 minutes while it grabs new settings
- Restart the Chromebook
- Make sure it is connected to the wireless again
- Log into the computer
Where do I go?
For directions, assignments, and teacher communications, students should start every day by going to:
- Seesaw Grades K4-4th: https://app.seesaw.me/#/student/login (Click sign in with Google)
- Google Classroom Grades 5th-12th: https://classroom.google.com/
How To Use a Chromebook
How to Access Seesaw (K4-4th Grade)
How to Access Google Classroom
How to Use Google Classroom
How to Access Edgenuity
Students- How to Use Skyward
Parents- How to Use Skyward
How to use Gmail (Email)
How to use Hangouts (Chat)
How to use Meet (Video Calls)
Devices and Internet Access
Seeds of Health is committed to continuing education during the school closure by providing online instruction. For students that do not have access to wireless internet at home, Seeds of Health will be loaning the student a mobile hotspot. If you do not have access to the internet, please contact your school principal.
Internet Offers from Providers
Several internet providers are providing free internet for families with students during the closure. Contact these providers for more information:
Charter Communication will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a subscription. A service of up to 100 megabits per second will be provided. The offer begins Monday, March 16th, 2020. Those interested in enrolling are asked to call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
AT&T said "we are waiving internet data overage" for customers not already on unlimited home internet plans. Additionally, the company said, its Access program will continue to offer internet data to qualifying limited income households for $10 a month. If you find yourself in financial trouble and unable to pay your bill, contact AT&T at 1-800-288-2020 for AT&T broadband, residential wireless or small business services and 611 from your AT&T device for wireless.
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in partnership with the Public Service Commission is curating a list of Internet service providers in Wisconsin who in response to the Keep America Connected Pledge are offering resources to enable K-12 students to connect to the internet at home. Click here for the resource.
Internet Discount Finder
The Internet Discount Finder, created by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC), can help low-income households find discounted internet service. Discounts are as deep as 80%. Click here to use the tool.
Staff are available throughout the school day (8:30 am-3:00 pm) through email and Google Hangouts
Check your school's website to contact your staff via email or use the built in directory in student's Gmail.
Chat or Video Call using Google Hangouts
During the closure, students will have access to Google Hangouts at https://hangouts.google.com/
Staff will be available by phone to help. Please call your school's main phone number.