Executive Director of Technology Services.
Is there way for students to self reset their own pswds and or what is best way to reset if students can't reset.
theres a stolen laptop in this school
Dear Jerry Allen,
I am a student at North Crowley's Ninth Grade campus, and I am sending this to explain mine and many's opinion on the subject of the new Light Speed Web Security System. I can understand wanting to block certain websites from student view and wanting to monitor their activity on the laptops that you provide, but what I can't understand is being lazy enough to purchase a service that not only makes the ownership of these laptops pointless, but it also obstructs both the teaching process and the students learning. Just yesterday, I was sitting in Futures in Business and marketing class, doing my Warm-Up, and the prompt was, "Type 3-5 sentences on your favorite sport". I don't consider myself to be the most athletic person, so I decided to write mine on Esports, which is competitive Video Game playing. While I was doing this school assigned typing I was cut off on an Informative Website about the organization. Just the next day I hear complaints from the AVID teacher Ms. Kiene about not being able to watch the rest of the documentary, because of the Light Speed Security System. As well as these problems, we gained this system with zero warning, so teachers aren't able to cope with the sudden change. I know I'm just a student at one of the schools but I wish you will take my opinions seriously and reconsider your (or whoever put this system into action's) option.
Thiamin A. Sliger