Technical Support for Students
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Format for Student Logins
The format for the student's username is firstname.lastname@example.org (up to 9 characters for each name)
- For example: John Smith: email@example.com or Alexandria Brownstone: firstname.lastname@example.org
First time login for students Grades 3-12: First 3 letters of last name (1st uppercase), student ID/#, ! For example, if your name is John Smith and your student id is 1234567, your initial password is Smi1234567!
- Having trouble opening Google Meets and Canvas or other apps together? Try the following: In Google Meets, temporarily turn camera/video off. Open the 2nd or 3rd applications. Once in, turn camera back on.
Technology assistance with student SPS Accounts and/or SPS issued devices
Student support issues should be reported to the student's teacher or school staff. A support ticket with the request type of "Account/Device Support for STUDENTS only" can be entered if needed.
Southington Public Schools (SPS) issues a Chromebook, or other appropriate device, to each student in grades K-12 as part of their instructional materials. Devices are intended for schoolwork only, to be used in classroom and/or home use. All devices are the property of Southington Public Schools.
Like all instructional materials, students are expected to use SPS issued technology responsibly by keeping devices safe, secure, and in working order. Care of all instructional material, including any device assigned to a student by Southington Public Schools, is the responsibility of the student to which they are assigned and the parent/guardian. This includes any costs associated with damage, loss, or theft. The document below is to communicate to both students and parents/guardians the expectations of the program. In addition, all SPS families are offered the option of a Device Protection Program, to assist SPS families in covering costs resulting from accidental damage, loss, or theft.
The SPS Student Device Protection Program is designed to assist students and families in covering any costs resulting from accidental damage, loss, malfunction, or theft. Southington Public Schools reserves the right to charge repair or replacement costs for any device damage or loss caused by student negligence.
This program is offered to students in Grades 4-12 and to students assigned an Assistive Technology device.
The enrollment period, which at this time will cover 6/10/2022 through 8/31/2023, ends 6/30/2022. After 6/30/2022, enrollment is subject to device inspection by an SPS Technology team member.