District 99 offers remote support to all staff members, where a technician can login to the computer you are using and assist you with using or troubleshooting applications.
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Please click on the link below to find answers to frequently asked questions about the Remind App
Student Transferring Between Schools in District 99
When a student transfers between schools in the district:
- Student will take their assigned Chromebook, charger and hotspot with them to their new school assignment.
- Students are not to leave these items in the school office. Issued devices will follow students throughout the school year, regardless of school assignment. Devices are issued to students, not to schools or classrooms.
Student Transferring Out of District 99
When a student leaves the district, they must drop off their Chromebook, charger and hotspot to their school’s main office. Front office personnel will fill out the following Google form:
Once the form has been filled out, a technician will come pick up the devices from the office within a 24-hour period.
Please submit the form as soon as possible so that devices can be picked up and recirculated into the district inventory as soon as possible.
Additionally, please bookmark this page as it will be monitored daily. Remember — this form is only for devices left by students who are leaving the district.
Learn more on what staff can do when a student brings back a hotspot and find hotspot loan agreements by
Key benefits of G Suite for Education:
Ability to access email and calendar services from any internet-connected device
High volume storage capacity
Robust and innovative collaboration and communication tools
Google's G Suite for Education includes:
Gmail (webmail services)
Google Docs (word processing, spreadsheets, presentation slides, and form creation and sharing)
Google Calendar (shared calendaring)
To learn more about Google Gmail and/or how to use it, please click on the following link:
PowerSchool provides innovative, K-12 education technology software fueling better school management, student growth and family engagement.
Hero is cloud-based student behavior management software for schools and districts. School-wide behavior data captured in real-time fuels PBS efforts.
Schoology creates the most comprehensive classroom solution to empower teachers with personalized learning functionality while improving education outcomes for every student.
iVisions is used to login to the District 99 Employee Information System. Here, view paychecks and other personal information.
This online teacher evaluation software creates an environment of respect, growth and transparency for District 99 educators.
MasteryConnect is the assessment and curriculum platform designed to show student learning in an intuitive, visual way, so educators can focus on what matters most, improving student outcomes.
Create, schedule and view absences using Frontline Education.
The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 is a United States labor law requiring covered employers to provide employees with job-protected and unpaid leave for qualified medical and family reasons.
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Every month during the school year, two employees are recognized for their outstanding contribution to the District.
To watch videos of past winners and nominate future recipients,CLICK HERE
Every year since 1986, Golden Apple has selected master teachers to receive the prestigious Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching. In 2014, Golden Apple began honoring exemplary school leaders with the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Leadership.
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