The Snoqualmie Valley School District has announced that it will provide all of its students and staff with access to Microsoft Office products for use on their own personal devices, at no cost, for as long as they are enrolled in a Snoqualmie Valley school.
As a participant in Microsoft’s Office ProPlus benefit program, the district can offer its nearly 6,500 students access to the Office 365 and Office ProPlus.
“As part of our mission to prepare all students for success in college, careers, and life, our school district continues to seek ways to ensure students have the skills and tools they will need to excel in the ever-changing workforce they will one day enter,” explained Jeff Hogan, Assistant Superintendent of Snoqualmie Valley schools. “Our instructional technology department staff have worked very hard to make this a reality, and I urge families to take advantage of this opportunity.”
The program comes at no additional cost to the school district beyond its current contract with Microsoft. The offer will be active as long as the child is a student in the Snoqualmie Valley School District.
Families can access these products from the district website, http://svsd410.org. Click the Student Center tab, then click the Office icon. Users must enter their district-provided network login information to download and install the software.
School staff can use the Staff Resources tab on the district website. To learn more, contact the district’s technology support by calling (425) 831-4247.