Student Access to Technology

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Education remains an essential service.  Teachers are working diligently to provide learning opportunities that can be accessed from any personal device at home. While District Chromebooks or devices are not needed to access Emergency Distance Learning (EDL) opportunities they are available for students who do not have access to devices at home.

IUSD Chromebooks:
If your student does not have a device to use for EDL opportunities, IUSD will provide one. To support social distancing guidelines, the technology checkouts will require an appointment in advance. To request an appointment, please complete this Technology Access Form.

Internet Access:
If your family does not have internet access at home, we will work with you to help you get and stay connected. For more information about free and low-cost internet options, please see our Support Center. If you would like additional support or have other questions about home internet access, please complete the Technology Access Form.

For additional questions related to devices and connectivity, email helpdesk@iusd.org.

Tech Support for EDL
IUSD has step-by-step tutorials available for students and parents for Canvas, Google Classroom, online textbooks and many other educational software programs at http://support.iusd.org. You also may send a request for support to our Technology Help Desk at helpdesk@iusd.org. Please make sure to include your student’s full name, school site, the student’s teacher or course name, and a description of the issue they are having.

We appreciate your partnership and understanding as we work to provide learning opportunities while schools are closured.