Important Announcement: The Office 365 login page (when logging in from outside of school) will be updated on Tuesday, October 7th, at 1 p.m. This will not impact access from a school computer. We are not expecting any downtime, but as a precaution, please make a backup copy of any important files you may need to work on during the evening of October 7th (in case of any unanticipated issues). You may view a screenshot of the new login page here.
CBSD High School and Middle School students now have access to the Microsoft service known as Office 365. Office 365 offers a variety of tools for students, including Outlook internal email functionality (email only within the CBSD organization), file storage and collaboration through the SkyDrive tool, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint via Office Web Apps (from within the SkyDrive tool), and a Calendar tool.
What should you do if you experience a problem accessing Office 365?
High school students should go to the House Office and Middle school students should go to the Main Office and ask the secretary to submit a HelpDesk ticket, and the CBSD IT Department will troubleshoot the issue.
Can students send or receive email to or from email addresses outside CBSD.org?
Can you access Office 365 using the mobile app from the Apple Store/Google Play store?
No. We are not currently licensed for the mobile app on Android or iOS.
As an alternative, you can put your mobile device web browser into "Desktop View" and access the Office 365 website that way. This seems to work on most new tablets and phones.
Here are some screenshots from the Office 365 tools:
Forgot your password?
Teachers and staff members have the ability to reset student passwords. Please see a teacher or staff member for assistance.
Please use this form to provide information about your experience to the support team.