It's that time of year again. Either you're a new parent and need to subscribe to some Newsfeeds to make sure that you don't miss out on any grade level news, or you're a returning parent and want to unsubscribe from the old grades and subscribe to the new ones. The video below will show you the steps you need to follow. For best results, you will probably want to watch in full screen mode.
on Saturday August 31 at 10:08AM
ASL students and faculty are asked to change their school password once a year. Middle school students were sent an email with directions last week, and high school students will be asked to change their passwords this week.
There is a resource available on the school website with guidelines for creating good passwords along with suggestions for how to come up with passwords that are difficult for people to guess but easy for the user to remember. Although the page was created for ASL students, the advice is applicable for parents as well.
ASL parents: when is the last time you changed your passwords? Even if scammers haven't figured them out, how likely is it that your children know your passwords? Over the years, I've encountered students who gained access to parental email accounts through a variety of methods. For some, it was as simple as watching the keyboard as their parents typed in their password. For others, parents gave their children a password to gain access to a family computer or the home WiFi that turned out to be the same password used for the parental email account.
Even if you think that your children don't know your passwords, it's a good idea to change them once a year. If you need help, your middle school children should be a good resource since they've gone through this process once a year. Just don't let them help you so much that they end up getting access to your new passwords.
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