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Ms. Green's Mask Assignment

Mask Makers Gallery

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Mr. Morgan's Washington State Regions Research Assignment

WA State History Links

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GPHS Wireless Connection

The District has activated the wireless network at GPHS for students who bring their own devices (BYOD) to school.

To activate your BYOD you'll need to go through the following steps:

1) Make sure your device has a password.
2) Launch your browser to enter your username and password (student usernames all start with student\ before you type your school username) (make sure you use the back slash key and not the forward slash key) after reading the District wireless policy.
3) After accepting your username & password your browser will take you to the District web page for Guest Network Devices. Select the type of device you are using from the three selections and download the certificate for your device. Having the certificate on your BYOD will allow you to automatically log on to the wireless network in the future.

See Mr. Mohn if you are having troubles logging onto the wireless network.

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