Student Tech Help
Student Tech Help is here to assist you in finding answers to common tech questions. If you cannot find the help you need on this page, please visit the Tech Support Assistance section at the bottom of this page for your next steps.
Tech Support Assistance
Having issues that weren’t answered in the sections above? Need help troubleshooting something else? You can access support through the following steps:
- Double check none of the topic areas above have the answer to your issue. There are answers to many frequently asked questions.
- Check your school's Students page. If you need help finding the page, Find my School's Students Page has directions on how to find it. You will find links to apps that your school uses frequently.
- Contact the teacher of the particular class for assistance.
If these steps don't help in resolving your problem, follow the steps for eLearning Tech Support or In School Tech Support.
eLearning Tech Support
If your teacher cannot resolve the issue or answer your question, students/parents can submit a Parent/Student Help Desk Ticket.
If Internet access is unavailable, IT Support can be contacted at (630) 328-5836. This line will be monitored from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Each call will be returned as soon as possible to open a Help Desk ticket and determine next steps. This number is limited to use only if Internet access is unavailable.
To help D203 IT staff observe Shelter in Place and social distancing requirements, all equipment swap or break/fix eLearning technology support will be provided on an appointment basis only. Service appointments will be available Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Appointment details will be arranged as part of the Help Desk ticket process. To allow D203 IT to make all necessary preparations for quick service turnaround, please follow the Help Desk or call processes as described above. Please do not go directly to a District building seeking IT support.
In School Tech Support
If your teacher cannot resolve the issue or answer your question, ask to visit your school's Computer Support Associate (CSA).
The District IT team will provide technology assistance for all parents/students during the eLearning timeframe. The IT Support team will only address technology issues with District provided equipment (Chromebooks/iPads for students, laptops for staff) and District applications (Infinite Campus, Canvas, Google GSuite, etc.) Support will not be available for personally owned equipment (laptops, Apple products, cell phones, routers, wireless access points etc.) or issues with your local Internet Service Provider or ISP (Comcast, AT&T, WOW!, etc.) Be aware that your local ISP connection speed will be the limiting factor for at-home response time and nothing can be done at the District level to address connectivity speeds.
Additional information concerning technology support and parent resources can be found on the Tech Support pages, Tech Help and Student Tech Help.