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Troubleshooting WiFi on a Chromebook

If you suspect a poor WiFi connection when using your school-assigned Chromebook, follow the instruction below in order to provide the technology department with helpful information in accessing the problem. First, open Chrome and enter **chrome://network** in the address bar. ![][1] Click the **Network Logs** sele…

Troubleshooting WiFi on an iPad

The following steps can help the technology department investigate poor WiFi performance when using an iPad. Open the **Self Service** app. ![][1] You may be presented with the 'allow notifications' prompt. If so, answer **Allow **then tap** Continue.** ![][2] ![][3] Select the **Airport Utility** app in order t…

WiFi use for Staff owned devices

All District staff are able to connect their personal devices to the District’s WiFi network. This is the method for connecting your personally owned devices (phones, laptops, tablets) to the WiFi Network. Personal devices will connect using the **USCSD-PPSK** WiFi network. PPSK stands for private pre-shared key and i…

WiFi use for Student owned devices

High School students are able to connect their personal devices to the District’s WiFi network. This is the method for connecting your personally owned devices (phones, laptops, tablets) to the WiFi Network. Personal devices will connect using the **USCSD-PPSK** WiFi network. PPSK stands for private pre-shared key and…

Use of Amazon Echo/“Alexa” or Google Home in the Classroom

Many teachers are asking to have these devices set-up in their classrooms but there are **two reasons** that these requests are being denied. We understand that, as with most new technology, the use of the digital assistants (Amazon Alexa or Google Home) in the classroom offers both opportunities and potential concer…

Removing Extra Preferred WiFi Networks

Removing extra WiFi networks from your computer can improve your connection and provide a more seamless WiFi experience. Removing extra networks ensures that your computer is not joining any guest networks, as well as ensuring that your computer is not unexpectedly switching between multiple different networks (which…

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