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    Student Username and Password

    Your school will provide a username and default password. If you do not know your username or default password, please ask your teacher or school librarian to help you.

    To setup your password:

    1. Please go to a student computer at school that is logged off.
    2. Hold down the Ctrl and Alt keys, then tap the Delete key.
    3. Enter the Student Username your teacher or librarian gave you in the
      Username field.
    4. Enter the default password your teacher or librarian gave you in the Password field.
    5. You will get a prompt that your password has expired and you need to create a new one.  Enter and confirm a new password that is 6 or more characters.
    6. Once you have successfully created your new password and have logged onto the student computer, please try logging onto the Source and Schoology!

    If you forgot your student password:

    If you forgot your current password but remember the previous password, you can reset it by visiting onedrive.seattleschools.org.

    If you do not remember any previous passwords, please ask your teacher or school librarian to help you.

    To log onto SPS resources (Source, Schoology, etc.)

    1. In your web browser, type www.seattleschools.org
    2. Click the Student Family Portals link
      student portal
    3. Click Student Portal to access the single sign on portal
      student portal
    4. Click Log in with Active Directory
      active directory
    5. On the SPS Login screen, enter your username with @seattleschools.org
    6. Enter your password to Sign in
    7. In the portal students select the application that they want to use such as The Source, Schoology, Office 365, Typing Agent, etc.

    NOTE:  If you use this method, you will be logging onto Office 365.  If you share a computer with your family, please make sure you use different browsers.  For example, if you use Chrome, have the person you share the computer with use Firefox

    Source Tour for Students

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