If you have any trouble with call forwarding or logging into the self portal, submit a Helpdesk ticket.
A number of federal and state programs exist to help students and families connect to the Internet for remote and blended learning.
Instructions for creating new accounts and using the parent and student portal.
When guardians join Classroom, they receive regular, automatic email summaries for each of their children.
You can suggest changes to a document without changing the original text.
This resource will help you know how to access additional apps using Meraki for app management.
If you are a teacher of students in grades 3 through 8, you must be the last one to leave a Meets session!
Personalized feedback for student work is easier and more important than ever through G-Suite tools!
To make the most of the Internet, kids need to be prepared to make smart decisions.
Check out some resources to help implement at-home learning!
You can translate documents into many languages with Google Docs.
Using the Notes app on an iPhone or iPad, you can scan documents and add a signature or manually sign a document.
Transfer photos and videos from an iPhone to Google Drive so you can share them with colleagues, students, or families.
You may want to quickly insert a timestamp in Google Sheets to mark activity.
If you are not seeing your child’s classes in Google Classroom it might be due to multiple Google accounts being signed into the web browser.
Step-by-step instructions for connecting to a Chromebook to wifi at home.
Step-by-step instructions for connecting an iPad to wifi at home.
Making Helpdesk requests online is preferred because it is faster and more efficient than contacting Helpdesk through email or phone.
Here are some options for you to check out.
A key ingredient to the success of this plan is student access to a device
Google Classroom basics for teachers
Google Classroom makes teaching more efficient and meaningful by giving educators a hub for student assignments, boosting student collaboration, and fostering communication.
Helpdesk@whps.org or 860-561-6636
Stay connected to important messages.
Learn these basics to get started with Hangouts Meet.
Access your email when you're away from your desk.
It's now easier than ever to auto-score quizzes and get immediate feedback to students!
You can now browse the prior years' portfolio of your new incoming students on the Seesaw website.
One of the many options you can set through the Notifications tab is to be emailed at 5am each day with a schedule of meetings and tasks.
If you have difficulty reading web pages because the text is too small, it’s very easy to ‘Zoom in’ and make the whole page bigger.
Team Drives are shared spaces where teams can store their files and guarantee that every member has the most up-to-date information, no matter the time or place.
This task is now quick and easy in Google Docs on the web.
There are lots of great new features!
You can use Groups to create email lists to easily send email, or share files and calendars with larger groups.
Connect to the public wifi network: whps_wifi
This is especially useful when you need to fit long header names into thin columns, or when you simply want to fit more text on a single screen.
If you clicked on a link in a compromised email please reset your password!
Step-by-step directions on how classroom teachers enter new students:
Here's how to download a .zip archive of the Seesaw journal, including images, videos, audio recordings, and text notes or captions.
Technology tips and guidelines for the end-of-the school-year.
To register your school ID badge for the first time, follow these instructions:
If you want to save your Google data files, you can use the Google Takeout.
Protect yourself and your devices.
Tips for using your telephones.