General (Grades K-12) Student Resources

Student 21

The Student 21 website celebrates the work of Henrico County students. We are very proud of the students in Henrico County and what they have accomplished through the use of technology.

Student 21 Site

Student Training

Student training covers  topics that will support students use of laptops in the classroom. Each topic on this page contains direction downloads, screencasts, and assessments. If you need help with this training please contact your teacher (students) or your schools ITRT (teachers).

Student Training Site

Digital Citizenship

Internet Safety is embedded in the Henrico County curriculum with the assistance of ITRTs and other staff members. In addition, Internet Safety is a component of student technology training at the start of each year.

K-12 Digital Citizenship Resources

Secondary (Grades 6-12) Student Resources

Code of Conduct

The Acceptable Use Policy is part of the Code of Conduct and details appropriate use of student computers and online resources. Please read this section carefully and help by monitoring your student’s computer use at home.

HCPS Code of Conduct

Schoology

Schoology is our learning management platform that houses homework, announcements, and course materials, and extra-curricular activities. Students log into Schoology with their Google Accounts.

Learn More Here

Power School

PowerSchool is new for 2014-2015 school year. This is where you can check grades, attendance, schedule, transportation information, communicate with teachers, and more!

PowerSchool Login

Password Manager – Student Support

Password Manager Site

Password manager is a self-service software application that helps a user store, organize, and manage passwords.  HCPS staff and students in grade 6 – 12 utilize password manager services to provide a more secure environment for staff and student’s Henrico County files and online activities.

Password Manager Site

Directions

Student’s will setup their password manager profile at the beginning of the year.  Students will be prompted to change their password every 150 days, usually once during the school year.  Students can also recover their own password, if forgotten.

Your Password Manager Profile & Changing Your Password | Forgot Your Password?

Support Documents

Our best practices document shares helpful tips for students to ensure they are aware of the best time and place to change their password along with what it may affect.  If you have other questions, check the FAQ first, we may already have the answer.

Best Practices for Secondary | Student Password FAQs