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WiFi use for Student owned devices

**The Technology Department and its partners will be replacing the existing Xirrus Access Points with new Extreme Networks Access Points starting on May 17, 2021. The process to connect personal devices is different depending on which type of Access Point is active in your building. For an up-to-date replacement sched…

Print From Your Windows Device using PaperCut Mobility Print

These instructions explain how to add printers to your Windows device. If you have a district-issued laptop and need to add additional printers, please [submit a support ticket][1] for assistance. ### Add networked printers **Important**: Make sure your Windows device is connected to a district WiFi network. 1. D…

Print From Your Android Device using PaperCut Mobility Print

These instructions explain how to print to district printers using your Android Device. **Important: **Make sure your Android device is connected to a district WiFi network. 1. Install the [_Mobility Print app_][1] from the Google Play Store. 2. Launch the app. 3. Tap **Android settings**. 4. Tap **Mobility …

Print From Your macOS Device using PaperCut Mobility Print

These instructions explain how to add printers to your macOS device. If you have a district-issued laptop and need to add additional printers, please use Self Service to add new printers instead of Mobility Print. For specific directions, please see [this article][1]. ### To add a printer **Important**: Make sure yo…

Print From Your Chromebook using PaperCut Mobility Print

These instructions explain how to print to district printers using your Chromebook. **Important:** Make sure your Chromebook is connected to a district WiFi network. 1. Install the _[Mobility Print Chrome app][1]_. 2. Open the page to print. 3. If printing is available, **right-click**; then select **Print**…

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