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G Suite for Education Overview

Welcome to G Suite for Education

G Suite is made up of several tools. Google Drive is an online storage area for documents. Google Docs is an online productivity tool that includes word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Google Class is a pre-built set of classroom tools for sharing documents within a class and for students to submit finished work to the teacher. Google Mail is an e-mail system for student use once the student's parent has given permission.

Google has put together a large collection of documents and videos for learning how to use G Suite for Education.

If you have any questions please let us know by submitting a G Suite for Education Question Form.

G Suite for Education Passwords

Staff Members

G Suite uses your WLS Password. You can reset that password on the Staff Portal. If you use the Staff Portal to update your password it will automatically keep AD (start a WLS Windows Computer,) G Suite, PowerSchool, Clever, and many other tools synced to the same password. Please note that it will take up to 5 minutes for any password changes to be made in G Suite.

Students

G Suite uses the your WLS Password. You can reset that password on the Student Portal. If you use the Student Portal to update your password it will automatically keep AD (start a WLS Windows Computer,) G Suite, PowerSchool, Clever, and many other tools synced to the same password. Please note that it will take up to 5 minutes for any password changes to be made in G Suite.

G Calendar Training Materials

G Calendar Training Materials

View WLS G Suite - Calendar Library

Hint: The link above lets you resize the video and browse around.

G Suite Training Materials

General Hints, Tips, and Tricks for G Suite

Visit the WLS G Suite Video Library - HINT: This view lets you browse the library and resize the videos.


A faster Way to Create a New G Suite File (docs, sheets, slides, forms)

Read an article on 'The Verge' Web Site on the ".new" shortcut

Watch a video on how to use the .new shortcut