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Google Apps for Education is a way for schools to enjoy the benefits of using google apps with students and teachers in a digital environment that will keep our content, communication and collaboration within our Domain and District.

Google Apps for ED allows us to create and manage accounts for Teachers and Students that will provide student email and much more:

Each School in the Pilot has a unique domain that is the “Portal” to their private  google domain

Google Sites Start Page- Is Where it Begins-
Logging into the domain will put you into the Google Sites Start page. From here, you can go to any of the google tools available to your domain that appear on the menu bar at the top of the page.

1. Go to: and click on the link “Log Into Your Google Account”
2. On the Sign In page, enter your user name and password using the formula below: ,
    - User Names: [Grad Year ##] [Last Name, First Initial] [Last two digits of the student ID number]
       - Password: [last 6 digits of the student ID and the day of birth as a two digit number.]

- Example: a student born on July 5th with a Student ID of 1234567 would have a password of 23456705

- click Sign In:

3. If this is your first time logging in, follow the on-screen instructions to activate your account

Congratulations on Activating You Account!

To Learn More About the Tools in Your Account- Check out the Tutorials For Mail, Calendars, Docs and More!

Next Steps....

Refer to the Google Apps Education Training Center to learn more:
Import your email, personal contacts, and calendar events
Set up your email, including adding an email signature, setting up email filters, and creating contact groups (email lists)
Set up your calendar, including recreating your events and turning on event notifications
Create a Group for each of your classes or clubs
Create Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, Podcasts, Drawings and More!
Create a WIKI or shared website to use for class projects, resources or student portfolios.

For More Ideas Check Out This- Google Apps In the Classroom Presentation

Have Fun!

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