E-mail We use GMail for our e-mail client.
(2) ways to log in from outside the district.
Log into the Staff portion of the site. (if you do not remember your username and password call Kris at ext. 5012). In the column to the left is a link for Staff e-mail.
Website ****CMS for schools****
www.wrightstown.k12.wi.us Staff login (if you do not remember your username and password call Kris at ext. 5012)
Use your username and password.
To modify your website (Personal Page) - www.wrightstown.k12.wi.usfaculty
This brings up a login screen. When I set you up as a user, you should have been e-mailed a password.
If you are interested in viewing a video tutorial, here is a link. http://support.4schools.net/cms4schools/faculty-website-training.cfm
Every teacher in the district has a laptop. We encourage you to use technology and hope you will take advantage of bringing your laptops home. You can get into Skyward, CMS for schools, Outlook, My Learning Plan all from anywhere you have an internet connection.
Everybody has a personal place on the network to store documents. If you go into My Computer you should have an H drive with your name listed. One word of caution if you save here you can’t get to your documents outside of school. Maybe store on the hard drive in My Documents and backup every so often to your H: drive.
My Big Campus Educational version of Facebook. www.mybigcampus.com
This site uses your username and password you use on the network. If you change your network password this password does change.
Educational Video Library http://172.18.254.200/safevideos/
Allows you to go to youtube.com, copy the video link paste in the EVL. It will be sent to me for approval and once approved you can show your students from the EVL without all the advertisements and junk in you tube. We encourage you to use this to place videos you want the students to view. They are not able to go to Youtube so this enables them to see what you assign.
My Learning Plan - To log your professional development hours as well as enter your PDP use MLP.