End of Year & Leaving District Reminders
Regardless of room changes made during the summer, all computers, projectors, printers and other technology should not be moved. Any technology moves deemed necessary will be completed by the Technology Department & Facilities in coordination with the building administrators.
Graduating seniors will have their data deleted in August.
Back it up with Google Takeout.
Are you are a staff member who is leaving the district but still want your Google Drive/Docs & Resources? Use Google Takeout. On your last day, your Google Apps account will be deleted and you will no longer be able to access it - this includes email as well as any information in your Google Drive. Please be sure that you transfer ownership of any Google docs to another staff member if they will need to access them after you leave. We would also suggest you have an out of office message set at least a week ahead of time to notify users you will be leaving. Once your account is suspended no email will be received and no out of office message will be sent.
End of Year:
Be sure to delete old and obsolete files from your network drives that you no longer need or use.
Google Classroom - Here is info on archiving a class:https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6149813?hl=en
Do you have any equipment signed out from the school library or any other Department? If so, be sure to return any equipment that you do not have permission to keep checked out all summer.
If your classroom is assigned a set of devices, be sure to secure them for the summer and let your school tech know their whereabouts in case of maintenance/updates.
If you are assigned a laptop and are allowed to take it home all summer, be sure to check with your school tech in case of required updates/maintenance when you return.
Teacher websites: Make sure that you update your website and/or Parent Portal for the fall.
Please remove all outdated information before the new school year begins.
- Do not unplug your computers. They may need to be accessed for updates or maintenance during the summer. Never cover a plugged-in computer or monitor.