Help Desk

  • Tech Support

    The District Tech Team is available to support you and your students during this remote learning period.  Please contact us if you need any assistance with apps, devices, logins

    Help Desk: help@winnetka36.org OR 847-501-2683 8 am - 4 pm* 

    *Help tickets outside of regular business hours will be responded to within 24 hours

     

Device Loan Request

  • Need a Device?

    EXTENDED THROUGH Monday, APRIL 13, 2020 @ 5pm

    We have a limited number of devices (iPads, Chromebooks, and hotspots) available to loan to families for student remote learning.  If you need to take advantage of this for the remainder of our remote learning, please complete this form by Monday, April 6.  Once we collect all requests, we will share a safe distribution plan with those families requesting a device.  If you have a student in grades 5-8 with a broken or malfunctioning device, please submit a help ticket to help@winnetka36.org  

    Device Loan Request

Student Privacy

  • Student Privacy & Live Stream, Web-based Activities

    In an effort to provide continuous learning opportunities to our students, the District will provide various live stream, web-based individual or group instructional, educational and related service sessions (“Activities”) through electronic platforms to students.  We know digital connection is important at this time, and it is important to ensure our families understand the digital learning environment as it relates to student privacy. 

    Please review this link about student privacy expectations and contact us with any questions. 

    "Free Resources"

    Parents may be tempted to sign up for a variety of free services that vendors are currently offering to families. Note that virtually all of these vendors are only offering these services for a limited amount of time. Also, these vendors may collect personally identifiable information from you or your children. Make sure that you read the privacy policy of any site where information is shared.

    Phishing and Hacking

    During times of crisis, people are increasingly targeted by online scammers who will try to steal your personal information. Make sure that you carefully review your email messages, especially if they appear to come from a bank, the IRS, or a commercial service like Netflix or Amazon. You should not click on any links or open attachments in a suspicious email.