Student Technology Guides
Flagler Schools students are responsible for their devices at all times, whether on or off campus. The student assigned to the device is responsible for all use of the device. Devices left unattended will be secured by staff and may be taken to the Dean's office or the school's Technology office for retrieval. Disciplinary action may be taken by school administration for repeat offenders.
Device screens can be damaged if subjected to rough treatment. To avoid damage and costly fees, please adhere to the following rules:
- Do not carry the device by the screen.
- Do not lean on the screen. This includes both sides of the laptop screen.
- Do not use sharp objects (pens, pencils, etc.) on the screen.
- Clean the screen only with a soft, dry cloth.
- Do not use Windex or other harsh chemicals to clean the screen.
- Make sure the keyboard is free of items such as cords and headphones before closing the device.
- When in the classroom, student devices should not be left on the floor and should be kept in a secure location when not in use.
A student who receives an iPad is required to keep the iPad in the Flagler Schools provided protective case. A student who receives a MacBook is required to use the provided clamshell case. Students may purchase a different clamshell case.
- Nothing that will damage the finish of the MacBook may be applied to the device, including stickers and drawing on the device.
- Do not remove or damage the District BPI sticker on the bottom/back of the device.
- Students may be subject to a fine if the computer finish is damaged.
- If you are having issues with an app, try completely closing out of the app by swiping up.
- Turning off and restarting your iPad will solve many issues you may be having.
- Frequently close open apps. When you are done with an app, close it.
- Charge your iPad at home every night.
- The iPadOS can be updated using Settings > General > Software Updates.
- Students do not have access to the app store on their school issued iPads.
- Approved apps can be installed through the Self Service app.
- If you are having an issue, try restarting your application or computer.
- Make sure you shut down and restart your computer on a regular basis as this enables your computer to get necessary updates.
- If you are having persistent issues with your computer, please see your school's Technology Support Specialist.
- Charge your computer nightly at home.
- Do not eat or drink around your computer.
Updating and Installing Software
Our student device "How-To" videos provide support for virtual learning, assistance with managing hardware and software, and help with accessing accounts.
Google Workspace for Education
Every Flagler Schools student has a Google Workspace for Education account. Google Workspace for Education is a suite of tools designed to empower educators and students as they learn and innovate together. This account allows students access to a Google Drive cloud storage account and Google Workspace applications. Students will use this account to access learning resources and create content. Each student account is password protected. It is extremely important that students do not share their passwords.
Learn More About Using Google Workspace
Schoology is a web-based Learning Management System used for grades K–12. It is an online platform that allows teachers and students to share course materials, assignments, discussions, and assessments.
Accessing a Schoology Account on a Computer
- On a school-issued MacBook: Log in to Chrome with a Flagler Schools Google account. Select Schoology from the "Flagler Favorites" bookmarks drop-down on the bookmarks bar.
- On any computer: Visit flaglerschools.schoology.com to log in. A prompt will appear to log in with a Flagler Schools Google account.
Accessing Schoology on a Mobile Device