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Over Winter Break, District 219 will be upgrading the wireless network. What this means to you:
Current settings on Chromebooks, phones and other devices will not work when you return from Winter Break.
You will receive an email from “Aerohive” on December 28th, 2016 with instructions on how to connect to the new WiFi using a unique private access key. This access key will enable you to connect up to two devices at any given time. Do not delete the email!
The email will look like this:
The NTHS-CLASS-20XX network you connected to will be gone and all students will connect to NTHS-STUDENT.
For students that did not get their access key via email and/or having issues using the key, there will be a temporary WiFi (NTHS-STUDENT-TEMPORARY) that will allow them internet access without the use of your access key for the first two weeks while their issues are getting resolved.
If a student believes someone else got a hold of his/her key, the Student Help Desk can reset and re-issue the Key, as needed.