• Central Office of Technology
    We are here to help during this challenging time!

    8/27/20 Networkwork Update:
    Please note all Instructional Users (teachers, aides, students) now have two ways to remotely access files/documents saved on our network anytime/anywhere from outside of the district.  This upgrade will increase district network file/document storage to 1 Terabyte per individual user.  (Note: Folders for “Videos” and “Downloads” will not be accessible remotely)  

     See remote access directions below:

    OneDrive Method

    1) Open a web browser and go to https://portal.office.com

    2) Sign in with your district email account

    3) Click the OneDrive icon

    Classlink Method

    See the following link to view directions on how to setup your “My Files” remote access in ClassLink: https://www.pobschools.org/Page/7869

    Click AsktheTech@pobschools.org to help facilitate tech support for our "Alternative Learning Plan," Monday to Friday between 8:00am and 3:00pm. 

    Click https://www.pobschools.org/site/default.aspx?DomainID=1161 for additional technology help resources for Email, Google Drive, Google Classroom, Goolge Meet, ClassLink, ZOOM, SMARTNotebook downloads for use at home, FlipGrid, and other helpful digital resources for teachers.

    Click https://launchpad.classlink.com/pobcsd to access CLASSLINK Single Sign-On (SSO) instructional resources such as Online Textbooks, Discovery Education, Follett Destiny, HMH Ed, Math Right Now, My HRW, ThinkCentral, Turnit in, Castle Learning, HMH SAM, McGraw-Hill Education, OHM Science, Pearon EasyBridge, Raz Kids A-Z, ReflexMath, and all School-based Library Resource Databases and applications. 

    Just simply log in with your district username and password as you normally do from school. 

    Click here for helpful hints on "How to Troubleshoot Your Chromebook From Home."

    2019-2020 Staff Computer Network User Guide/FAQs

    Welcome! The purpose of the POBCSD Central Office of Technology is to lead, provide vision, advocate, manage, budget, implement, support, and sustain all district-wide Educational Technology related resources and initiatives.  From classroom to boardroom - in collaboration with my dedicated staff, district and state-wide technology teams - our passion for cultivating the critical “triangle of success” between teacher/staff, student, and parent/community keeps us focused on our bottom line: “how technology affects the life, education, health and safety of children in the 21st century."

    The POBCSD Strategic Long-Range Technology Plan provides a collaborative vision and blue print designed to meet the diverse needs of all students and staff. It is strategically developed in direct alignment with Board of Education goals and policy; administrative and student/parent/teacher curricula-driven needs and the prerequisite budget/funding, equity, infrastructure, and professional development required to support and sustain all Educational Technology related initiatives.

    In addition, this Web page provides links to all planning, policy, project updates, safe computing, E-mail, Website tips and training resources; including, instructional videos for Smartboards, Infinite Campus, Microsoft Office Applications, lesson planning, Castle Learning, Library Media Center online resouces/research databases, and even a virtual tour of our Newsday acclaimed district Website.
       Enjoy your visit!