Open the chromebook lid. If the Chromebook doesn't turn on automatically, press the power button in the upper right corner of the keyboard.
Confirm that the chromebook is connected to the internet by hovering the mouse over the wifi icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. A message should pop up that tells you what WiFi network you are connected to. If you are not connected, click the WiFi icon, then click it again in the new window that opens to connect to your WiFi network.
Confirm that under "Sign in to your chromebook", it says "Managed by mhusd.org". Also confirm that the text box says "@students.mhusd.org" on the far right. If it does not, please follow this video tutorial. Note that you will need your student's email and password to complete the tutorial.
Enter your student ID and press enter or click Next
Enter your password and press enter or click Sign In.
If you forgot your password contact your school admin team and they will assign you a temporary password. Depending on the student's grade they may be given the ability to create their own password. The process will look something like the video below.
If your student is using a district chromebook, it should be able to automatically authenticate and you're all set.
If your student is not using a district chromebook, it will asks for the students login credentials. The username is the student's email address and the password should be known by the student or their teacher.
Some schools may have opted to add a shortcut to Google Classroom on the chromebook shelf or on the bookmark bar under "MHUSD Links"
Click on the Zoom meeting link that was sent to you
Students using a district chromebook should click the "Sign in with Google" button. If you are not using a district device and Zoom asks you to sign in, enter your student's email address and password
Depending on the meeting settings, you may be brought to a screen that says to wait until you are admitted into the room. You are all set, you just need to wait for the teacher/presenter to let you in.
If you were provided with a Meeting ID and password instead of a clickable link, you can go to zoom.us/join and enter in the Meeting ID and password there.
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