• Chromebook & eCLASS Support

     

1:1 Student Introduction

  • Student Passwords for 2022-2023

    On July 25, 2022, your student’s password was reset to reflect their birthday.

    To access the student portal, your student will be required to type their numeric birthday in the password field using two digits for their birth month, two digits for their birthday, and four digits for their birth year. For example, if your student’s birth occurred on June 9, 2015, their reset password would be 06092015.

    Students in Grades 6-12 will be required to change their password immediately after the first successful login to the student portal. GCPS is strongly recommending that students generate a passphrase as their password. A passphrase is a sentence-like string of words that is longer than a traditional password, easy to remember, and difficult to guess. Students, families, and staff members can learn more about creating a passphrase by visiting this website.

    The privacy and security of the information belonging to our students, families, and employees is a strategic priority, and we appreciate your support in the district’s efforts.

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  • Parent Responsibility

    Per the GCPS Parent-Student handbook, if a GCPS technology resource is checked out by a student and taken home, it is the parent's responsibility to monitor the use of the device to ensure the student is following the Student Conduct Behavior Code and to ensure that the device is returned in the condition in which it was received. When using GCPS technology or network access, students are expected to follow the Student Conduct Behavior Code, including respecting others' privacy. Online student accounts to be used for legitimate educational purposes will be subject to monitoring and review, including review of text and attachments that are related to that student or students. At NO TIME should a student consider GCPS email, networked applications, or account or technology access private or confidential in any way. 

    While the school district does maintain Internet filters, there may be times when a student may accidentally or purposefully discover inappropriate materials online. Gwinnett County Public Schools DOES NOT CONDONE the use of such materials. Inappropriate use of any GCPS technology resource or network access is a violation of the Student Conduct Behavior Code. 

    For additional information, please see the GCPS Parent-Student Handbook

  • Student Responsibility

    Device Expectations

    Charger Expectations

     

  • Electronic Media and GCPS Acceptable Use Policy

    Responsible Use of Electronic Media for Students

  • Lost/Damaged Devices

    In the event your Chromebook is lost or damaged, please contact Creekland Middle School for assistance.