All EVSC students in grades 3-12 are encouraged to participate in this online survey about our schools.
Schools will give students the password to access the survey website.
2018 My School Student Survey Directions: Click on your school name to visit the survey website for your school.
* To find your school faster, type your school name in the search box directly above the table.
Please follow the directions below to sign in to your EVSC Google and itslearning accounts.
Password: the password you use to login to your computer.
PLEASE NOTE: If you change the password on your computer, you must also use the new password on the websites that used the old password.
The school wireless network has been designed to allow for all EVSC students and staff to connect their personal devices to the Internet. Here are directions on how to get connected.
- Simply attach to the “EVSC-Secure” wireless network.
- Use your Window’s login credentials to attach. (see below)
- Username: firstname.lastname
- Password: same password as your computer
- If you change your password at some point during the school year, you will need to follow these steps again and use your new password.
PLEASE NOTE: Some students have configured their devices for EVSC-Staff or EVSC-Student. These networks are designed for EVSC devices only. Be aware that any non-EVSC devices on these networks will be blocked and not allowed back on the network.
Please assist us with providing the best school wireless experience we can for your school!
Office of Technology
Now available for your convenience, Clever and Pearson EasyBridge are now part of the Student Website Login Links page. These websites are not accessible to all students. If you need to access one of these websites and you are having problems, please let your teacher know.
P.S. – The links are also available when you hover your mouse over Links on the menubar.
What’s going on with Google and YouTube?
Students and teachers recently reported an issue with Window’s devices when visiting Google websites using Google Chrome browser. This was affecting Gmail, Drive, YouTube, and other Google sites. When visiting these sites, they were presented with an error message instead of the website. (see pic right)
There’s now a fix!
Technology Support has resolved the issue and has pushed out a software update for all Window’s computers. To get the update, students and staff need to restart their computers while at school. Please do this at a time when it’s convenient to leave the computer turned on.
To restart your computer, click on the Window’s Start button and then choose Restart in the bottom-right of the menu.
PLEASE NOTE: If you haven’t restarted your computer in a while, please be prepared for extended wait time during the restart process to install all the updates that may be available for your computer.
Please do NOT hold down the power button on your computer to interrupt the update process as this can cause major issues that may require Technology Support to have to reimage your computer (erase your stuff?) to fix the problem.
You will NOT receive the update if you restart…
- Holding down the power button and then starting up the computer.
- This does not allow for your computer to install the update as part of the startup sequence. Please note that sometimes restarting while here at school can be slow if there are many updates for your computer. That’s why it’s important to restart your computer once or twice a week to minimize the wait time.
- If you’re having trouble shutting down or restarting your computer, please see a teacher to let you visit your building Technology Support person.
- Close the lid on your computer and then log back in again.
- This is not a restart. Your computer is just asleep with the computer door locked waiting for your username and password to unlock it again. Your computer has to fully shut down and start back up again to install the update.
- Restarting your computer at home.
- We can only issue updates that fix issues related to the internet and software when you restart using the school’s internet. If restarting is slow, restart first thing in the morning when you get to school. This will allow the process to complete so you’re ready to go when class starts.
Here’s some quick tips you can use to troubleshoot issues that may occur with your Lenovo ThinkPad.
- Restart your ThinkPad
- Did you know? – If you restart your ThinkPad at school, your computer receives important software updates and fixes for common issues with software and Internet. We are not able to push out fixes while you’re at your home so it’s essential that you restart your computer at school at least once a week.
- Don’t be surprised… – You may need to restart your computer a couple times to receive all software updates especially if you haven’t restarted your computer at school for a while.
- Ask a teacher or school administrator for assistance.
- Take it to the office or your school tech office for further assistance.
- Find out where you are to take your ThinkPad when restarting doesn’t work.
More Quick Tips…
Battery will not charge AND the computer does not say that it needs to be replaced.
Try disconnecting the charger 2-pieces (the cord that plugs into the rectangular block piece) and put them back together again. Sometimes this often fixes the issue.
What do I do if my battery needs to be changed?
Bring your ThinkPad to the school’s Tech Office to get a new battery.
The mute light is on or you’re not able to control the volume with the buttons at the top.
Part of the fix that we had to put in place for last year’s ISTEP test caused those buttons to no longer work. To control the volume you will need to use the volume control down by the clock in Windows.