• For any student who withdraws from LCPS to transfer to another education organization, the student account will have the following access:

    • Within 24 hours of the student's status change in Phoenix, the student’s account will be set to limited access to download content only and students will no longer be able to login to their LCPS issued Chromebook
      • Students will have access to download content for 30 days
      • Please remember that the student withdrawal form requires collection of the student Chromebook as well
    • After 30 days, students will have no access to their LCPS accounts and their account will be placed in archive status
    • After 60 days in archive status, student account will be deleted
      • All content will be deleted when this occurs

     

    For any student who graduates from LCPS (not enrolled for the next school year or not attending summer school), the student’s account will have the following access:

    • Student will have full access to content and applications through June 30th
    • Student will have limited access to only download content from July 1 through July 31st
    • Student will have no access beginning August 1 and accounts will be placed in archive status through September 30th
    • Student accounts will be deleted on October 1st - All content will be deleted when this occurs

     

    For any student who leaves LCPS (not enrolled for the next school year or not attending summer school), the student’s account will have the following access: 

    • Student will have full access to content and applications through June 30th

    • Student will have limited access to only download content from July 1 through July 31st 

    • Student will have no access beginning August 1 and accounts will be placed in archive status through September 30th 

    • Student accounts will be deleted on October 1st - All content will be deleted when this occurs

    For any student who is withdrawn based on 15 days of consecutive absences (vacation, illness and not placed on homebound instruction, long term suspension, or other):

    • Students will have full access to their LCPS account, Chromebook, and cloud services for 30 days from the status change in Phoenix
    • After 30 days, students will have limited access to download content only
    • If the student does not re-enroll in LCPS by September 30th of the following year, the account will be deleted

    For any staff member who leaves LCPS, their account will CLOSE COMPLETELY at the end of the contract. For licensed staff, that will be June 18. Download all materials BEFORE midnight on the last contract day.

     

    If you are leaving LCPS, make sure you don't lose your files!

      Google

      • Google Files

        Access Google Takeout through LCPS Go

        Instructions

        This video explains how to use Takeout: 

         

        Once you have the downloaded file, you'll notice it's in a ZIP folder. You can't just upload that to a personal Google account. Here's how to use it once you downloaded it:

         

         

      Office 365 / Outlook

      • Office 365 Files/Outlook Emails

        Access Office365/OneDrive through LCPS Go.

        Any files saved to your OneDrive account can be downloaded as a zip file using these instructions. You can then unzip the files and upload to a personal account.

        You can also save your Outlook emails/calendars/contacts! Instructions are here. You can then upload those emails to a personal Gmail or a personal Outlook account.

      SchooLinks

        • Log on to SchooLinks
        • Fill in the Senior Survey with your personal email. Now you'll be able to access your SchooLinks as an alumni after graduation!

      LCPS Blogs

      • LCPS Blogs

        • Log on to blogs.lcps.org 
        • Look above your Profile icon and hover over My Sites
        • Hover over the name of the site you want to export
        • Clcik on the pop-out's dashboard link

         

        • Hover over Tools and pick Export

        • Save the file to a personal drive and then import onto a personal WordPress account

      Adobe Express

      • Adobe Express

        • Log on to Adobe Express
        • Click the “Your Projects” section
        • Hover on each project and click on the three dots that appear at the top right of the thumbnail.
        • Click Download
        • Save all the files to your own flash drive or personal drive

         

      WeVideo

      • WeVideo

        Please note: If you toggled on the Google Drive option during Export and had the project save to the WeVideo folder in Google Drive, you only need to use Google Takeout.

        • Log on to WeVideo using your LCPS Google account
        • On your dashboard, click Exports on the left sidebar
        • Right-click on the thumbnail of each video
        • Select Download - repeat for each file
        • Save all the video files to your own flash drive or personal drive

      Schoology Courses (Teachers)

      • Exporting Schoology Courses (Teachers)

        Log on to Schoology

        Save your existing course materials to your resources:

        1. Navigate to the course you wish to save.
        2. Click Options.
        3. Select Save to Resources.
        4. Do this for each and every course you wish to save.
          Depending on the size of the files, the save process may take some time to complete. You may track the status of the export from your Transfer History.

        If you will not be returning to LCPS next year, you need export and download the materials you saved to your Resources. 

        1. Click on the Resources tab.
        2. Click the down-facing arrow in the menu right next to My Resources and then select Export.
        3. Select a Resource Collection or Folder (optional) you'd like to export. You'll most likely want to export everything so just select the Home collection with no subfolder. The name of the exported file will be the name of the collection and/or folder, excluding special characters. Spaces are replaced with hyphens. 
        4. Click Export.
          Depending on the size of the export, the export process may take some time to complete. You may track the status of the export from your Transfer History.
        5. Rather than waiting (it can take upwards of an hour to process), you'll get an email when the process is complete
        6. Navigate to the Transfer History area in Schoology, and click on the gear to the right of the export once the process is complete.
        7. Click Download to download the file. Content will be saved as a Common Cartridge file, which is importable to Canvas, Blackboard & other Learning Management Systems.

        Note: The Common Cartridge file version that is exported (v1.2) does not support the following content:

        • SCORM
        • Rubrics
        • Media Albums
        • Matching questions with more than one blank
        • Fill-in-the-blank questions with more than one blank
        • Ordering questions

        For technical specifications of this limitation, visit the IMS Global Common Cartridge website.

        This video explains how to export your courses: