Technology continues to be integral within all instructional delivery models for the 2020-21 school year. Through the 2020 Learning Initiative
, the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District remains committed to providing technology resources for every student.
NLMUSD has also partnered with the 1Million Project
to close the opportunity gap for students and families by providing internet resources in the home. Through the 1Million Project, NLMUSD has been able to provide access to more than 1,400 High School students. Starting with the 2020-21 school year, we will begin offering internet hotspots to our TK-8th grade students.
For First Day Logon Access, Please ensure:
- Students have registered for school using our Online Registration portal.
- For new students and returning students without a device
- Pick up device and student user account passport at your school site.
- For elementary students using their own devices, please call your school site to make an appointment to pick up your student passport.
- For technical support or account issues, please complete a service request form or call our HelpDesk Hotline (562) 210-2159
Student passports contain student and parent account information to access all NLMUSD device and learning applications and resources.
Student device distribution dates for students have been announced. All student and parent device agreement forms, important dates can be found on our NLMUSD Learning Devices Page.
All teachers and students in grades 3-12 have access to Schoology
, to assist with daily classroom instruction and assignments, and provide access to our adopted curriculum titles. In grades TK-2, teachers and students have access to Seesaw
Digital Distance Learning Resources
Wireless Access for Students and Families
The District has a robust and high speed network while students and staff are on site at District locations. For students without access to Internet resources, the District has available resources to assist:
Local Providers (Charter, Spectrum, Frontier. etc.) have also offered discounted internet for students during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help identify local providers offering discounts in your area, please visit www.everyoneon.org.
Additionally, AT&T is working with schools and community organizations across the state to ensure that qualified individuals and households are informed about and have access to this valuable program. Residents who would like more information about Access from AT&T can visit att.com/access or call 1-855-220-5211.
Los Angeles County Public Wifi Locations
LA County wants to remind residents of this free digital tool which all residents can access for locating free WiFi spots throughout the County.
How it works
To expand your digital connectivity and access during the COVID-19 health crisis, follow these simple instructions:
- Visit findwifi.lacounty.gov or dial 2-1-1.
- Search for internet related services based on your physical address.
- You'll find:
- internet resources for students
- free County WiFi hot spots
- internet provider contact information
- mobile internet providers
To download and share our Hotspot Locator flyer (pictured above), click here.
View detailed instructions on how to navigate our Hotpsot Locator here.
For instructions on how to prepare a printer-ready map & list of WiFi hot spots you can share with others, click here.
Norwalk-La Mirada's Integrated Technology Services team of dedicated technical support staff will continue to provide a vast array of support and guidance to our students, parents/guardians, and educators, for all sites.
Click here for a link to our parent/student Helpdesk support form.
Our support staff is available for each site and works diligently through the request forms to support our community needs.