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LWHS Student Accounts

Starting in the 2023-2024 School Year, all incoming and returning students will receive a Google Workspace account with email in the LWHS domain.

As storage needs for project work increase, and as students tackle larger and more complex projects, students with personal Gmail or other email accounts with storage limits have begun to exceed those limits, leading to challenges with being able to submit coursework and project work in a timely fashion.

To address this issue, LWHS made the decision to provide Student accounts in the LWHS Google Workspace domain; these accounts will provide 20GB of storage capacity (versus 15GB for "free" Gmail accounts) and access to Google services including email, Drive storage, Docs/Sheets/Slides, Calendar and Photos.

Being able to leverage the LWHS school domain will, in the future, allow the school to leverage free or reduced-cost Student licensing where available for applications such as Microsoft 365, Adobe Creative Cloud and other tools and services which require a school email address to use.

This change will also reduce or eliminate the need to change emails across multiple systems within the school, as the student will retain the same address throughout their education at LWHS.

Incoming students have already received their LWHS Student accounts; returning sophomores, juniors and seniors will each be notified during Summer 2023 by email at the address currently registered in Blackbaud to set up their Student account and update their Blackbaud ID to use their new Student email address. Instructions will be included in the email.

Please contact the Technology Department if you have questions about this change.
All LWHS students, parents, faculty and community members must be familiar with the Technology Acceptable Use Policy, and must abide by it when using LWHS technological resources and infrastructure both on and off campus.

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