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Logging in • You can log in to your student email   anywhere you have Internet access. • Look for the envelope icon on any...
 Your   district username  • First letter of your first name  • First five letters of your last name  • Last four digits ...
Once   you’ve logged into your email, you will need to change your password to something you can remember. (See handout f...
Never  use all capital letters.Don’t write anything you wouldn’t say in school.Never send threatening email to other pe...
When you use email, you agree to the following: I will not use email to bully, harass, or threaten  other students or ind...
Any student who violatesAcceptable Use terms andconditions may have his/heremail account disabled.Please be sure that allc...
Protect yourself when online and using email! Change your email password as soon as you get your  email account. Never g...
 You   can use your district username and  password to log onto computers and save to your  own H: drive! You can login ...
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Guide to student email

  1. 1. ForkShoalsSchool
  2. 2. Logging in • You can log in to your student email anywhere you have Internet access. • Look for the envelope icon on any school/district website. • Click on Student Email and a login box will appear.
  3. 3.  Your district username • First letter of your first name • First five letters of your last name • Last four digits of your lunch number (ID number) Your password • Your birth date • Use mmddyy format  If your birthday is February 2nd, 2004, your password would be 020204.
  4. 4. Once you’ve logged into your email, you will need to change your password to something you can remember. (See handout for instructions.)Never give out your new password to anyone! You are responsible for anything sent from your email account!If you forget your new password, your teacher can reset it to your birth date.
  5. 5. Never use all capital letters.Don’t write anything you wouldn’t say in school.Never send threatening email to other people.Always fill in the subject line in your email.Use email as an opportunity to practice your writing skills!
  6. 6. When you use email, you agree to the following: I will not use email to bully, harass, or threaten other students or individuals. I understand that email is provided to me by the district and is district property. The district reserves the right to access a student’s email account at any time if misuse is suspected. I understand that my email account is filtered and that any message written containing inappropriate language or content will not be delivered.
  7. 7. Any student who violatesAcceptable Use terms andconditions may have his/heremail account disabled.Please be sure that allcommunication is appropriate.
  8. 8. Protect yourself when online and using email! Change your email password as soon as you get your email account. Never give your password out to anyone. Never give out personal information over email. Make sure you log out when you finish using your email account. Do not open an email from someone you don’t know. Remember, your Greenville County email account is monitored. Tell your teachers/parents if someone sends you something that makes you feel uncomfortable.
  9. 9.  You can use your district username and password to log onto computers and save to your own H: drive! You can login to the library catalog (Destiny Quest) and connect with friends, create books lists, and rate and review the books you read! You can login to Overdrive and check out audiobooks and eBooks with your district username and password!*We’ll talk more about each of these things later!*

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