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Technology Support

     Welcome to Colusa Unified School Districts Technology page!  Here at Colusa Unified we are striving to provide our students with the opportunity to enhance their education through the use of technology. We are doing this by updating our labs with newer, faster HP desktop computers in addition to updating and upgrading our teacher computers from Gateway desktops to HP laptops.  Currently we are looking into expanding our networking infrastructure to provide wireless internet access at all three of our campus'.  We are also providing our staff and students Google Accounts.  These accounts will be used to facilitate 21st Century learning by using free Google Apps for Education Cloud resources to provide a conduit between teachers and students for communicating, collaborating and completing classwork and homework. Check back here for updates on future projects!

Request Classroom Visit

Please click here to be directed to the Classroom Visit Calendar.  Be sure to read the directions at the top of the page if you have any questions.

Instructions to sign up for Chromebook Calendar

Director of IT

Miller, Jeremy
District Admin

Google Apps

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Work Order Link

To access Colusa Unified's work order system, click hereUse your computer log in credentials to access.

Retry, Reboot, Report!

Please use this mantra when dealing with a computer issue.  Step 1, RETRY.  When you first experience a computer problem, verify there  is an issue and RETRY the operation.  If the problem persists, Step 2, REBOOT.  A simple REBOOT can often clear up many of our daily computer pains.  Generally, if after rebooting the computer the problem has not cleared up, Step 3, REPORT. See the post above and submit a work order!