EASD Student Center

  • GRADUATING SENIORS: Click here to learn how to take your school emails and files with you when you graduate. Keep in mind that these steps must be followed prior to June 30 of your graduating year. The district senior accounts will be disabled on June 30.

    Student Links: 

    Technology Accounts for Students 
    Every EASD student is issued a district technology account that allows them to log into district computers, save files to a folder on the student server, as well as access various software to which the district subscribes.  It is understood that students agree to the EASD Appropriate Use of District Technology Policy 815 which states that students will not share usernames and passwords to access district technology hardware or systems. 
    Each EASD student receives a district username that is unique to them. Student usernames typically are comprised of the first name, middle initial and last name, for example, john_b_smith.  This is not always the case since the username cannot exceed 18 characters. In that instance, the username is shortened by using only the first initial, middle initial and the last name, for example, j_b_smith. 
    Newly created student district passwords are made up of eight (8) characters in total, of which five are letters and three are numbers. Secondary level student passwords may comprise of a five to six digit password.
    New Students: 
    • New students are alerted to their account credentials when their classroom teacher has a computer cart or lab signed out or when they go to the computer lab for technology instruction.  

    • Students in grades 4 through 12 are encouraged to create a Community Web Portal account to check grades and attendance. Secondary students submit course requests for the following school year through the Community Web Portal during January of each year. For instructions on how to create an account, please visit the EASD Community Portal page.  
    Software Accounts:
    EASD subscribes to online software programs that supplement coursework and increase learning.  When a student's district technology account is created, accounts are created within the various software programs depending on their grade level.  The software includes but is not limited to:
    • Google Apps
    • Keyboarding Without Tears
    • Schoology
    • Study Island
    • Typing Pal
    Students will be notified by their teacher if they need to log into one of these software applications and the student will receive instruction on how to access and use it.
    Graduating Seniors and Students Leaving the District
    After graduation or withdrawal from the district, seniors and students who leave will no longer have access to the student server, Google Drive files or student emails.  The Department of Technology Services recommends that if you have an interest in retaining your files, follow the directions below prior leaving or prior to June 30 of your graduating year because senior accounts will be disabled then:
    1. Gmail Contacts: Export district contacts and import into a personal email account

    2. Student Server files: Connect to the student server using a district computer (mac - windows instructions). Download files from your student server folder onto the computer and then import into your district Google Drive accountPlease note that you will NOT be able to access the student server using a Chromebook.

    3. Emails and Google Drive files: Use Google Takeout to transfer your content. Click here to learn how.