May 26, 2017
Tags: Name Change, School Change, Staff Laptop
Changing schools for 2016-2017? Changing your name? If either of these pertain to you, there are a variety of computer-related implications, particularly for certified staff members with a staff laptop.
Beginning the week of June 26th, we will start updating the user accounts of all staff members who are changing schools for the 2017-2018 school year. After that time, staff members will begin to have permissions to email groups and printers for their new schools. In a change from previous years, staff members who have been issued a School District 21 device will NOT have to bring their laptop to the Gill Administration Center for updating.
When staff members have a name change, we will need to do work over a two-day period on their computer. We will need their computer in order to:
- Make the appropriate changes in our Active Directory & Google Apps for Education system
- Create these changes on the staff member’s computer, resetting the account name
*Please note that name changes can only be completed by the Information Services team after they have been formally completed with Human Resources.
Staff members should contact the CCSD21 Tech Center & Information Services Office by completing a Help Request online at least 48 hours in advance of the Name Change Session you have chosen in order to sign up. Then, you can drop off your machine on the designated day and time at the Tech Center in the Gill Administration Center (behind the Business Office–Please enter through Door 2A on the east side of the building):
August Name Changes
- Drop-off: August 1st between 8 and 10 AM
- Pick-up: August 3rd between 11 AM and 3 PM
September Name Changes
- Drop-off: September 11th between 7:30 AM and 12 PM
- Pick-up: September 13th between 12 PM and 4:30 PM
To sign up for your date and time, please enter a Help Request. Please be certain to include your requested date and time in the Help Request.
Topic: Tech Tips
Each District 21 school is named after an American author, and learning and literacy is at the center of our Professional Learning Community. The Modern Pen provides a collaborative location in which District 21 teachers can come together to learn the skills that will enable their students to learn new skills and to understand concepts at an even different level than before.