• Status Dashboard – Savvas

    Take the link below for the status of Savvas services including Realize and EasyBridge.

  • Status Dashboard – Adobe

    Take the link below for the status of Adobe services including Creative Cloud.

  • Printing from Chromebook

    Please note that the directions below only apply when printing from a school managed Chromebook while here at school. When you choose your document to print you will be given an initial window with a preview of your print job and the option to choose your printer. Click the drop…

  • Zoom: sharing computer sound during screen sharing

    Often you may want to share not only your microphone during a zoom call but the audio from your PC itself. Common if you are showing a YouTube video, or a student-created video, etc. See the link below on how you do so when sharing your screen.

  • Disable Zoom Auto Adjust Microphone

    Sometimes the Zoom software can be overly helpful when it comes to controlling the volume of your microphone. This is especially true when the webcam and microphone are the same device. Below are the steps to disable the microphone auto-adjust feature. Open your Zoom software. Usually an icon on your…

  • Google’s Teacher Center

    Did you know that Google offers a whole website dedicated to resources and training specifically for teachers? It’s all free and gives some great information on using the Google suite of products in your classroom.

  • Using Snapverter with Read&Write

    Snapverter is an easy to use add-on for Read&Write for Google Chrome that transforms classroom papers and files into readable PDF documents for easy sharing and reading aloud via Google Drive. See the video below for an overview of the product. Using Snapverter

  • Using Read&Write

    Read&Write is a literacy software with tools designed for reading, writing, study, and research support. We auto-install this to all Chromebooks and Chrome browsers at school so there is no install you need to complete. See the videos below for a quick overview and some getting started tips. Please note,…