MyGPS 101- The Basics Every Employee Needs

MyGPS is the software that contains our school’s website (onMessage), Learning Management System, LMS, (onCampus), SIS (onRecord) and EMS (onBoard). All parent, faculty, student, alum, and coach records are stored in the Core database. This article provides an overview of MyGPS. The Getting Started with MyGPS series is the best way to learn all the details. […]

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How to Export Video from an iPad or Mac to your GPS YouTube

All GPS employees and students have a Google Drive account that includes all Google Apps: Docs, Slides, Sheets, etc. YouTube is also included. If you have not connected to your GPS Google Drive account, follow the directions here. To create your own GPS YouTube channel and upload videos, click here. Export a video to YouTube from an […]

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MyGPS Students: How to Upload Files to an Assignment

Time to read: 2 minutes. Almost any type of file can be uploaded from your laptop or iPad to a MyGPS assignment created by your teacher. The teacher determines whether files and other media can be submitted online and how many files you can upload per assignment. These directions also work for student submission from the iPad. Students should […]

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MyGPS portal: My Document or File Will Not Upload

Students and teachers can upload almost any type of file from a computer into MyGPS portal with the following exceptions Document names can’t include any symbols except hyphens (-) or underscores (_) If the document will not upload or finish uploading, it is probably a conflict with the document name. Be sure no symbols are used […]

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MyGPS Parent Portal: How to Access Your Daughter’s Assignments

Login to the Parent Portal by following these directions. Look on the left to find your child’s name. There will be a drop-down arrow if you have more than one daughter at GPS. There are several ways to access your daughter’s assignments: Assignments Tab Click on your daughter’s name, then on the Assignments Tab (assignments for all […]

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