• Alert:

    Welcome back everyone! Northern Bedford County School District will be returning to charging for school meals this year. Beginning with the 2022/23 school year, the school district will be offering online payment solutions using MySchoolBucks. Please see the NBC Food Service Page and select the My School Bucks link.  Please note that your students current food service balance is showing within My School Bucks.

     

    You can choose to make payments with e-checks or credit card.  If you use e-checks you have the ability to pay a one-time fee that allows you to make payment for 12 months with no additional fees!  An individual plan would be $12.95 and a family plan would be $26.95.  With out this plan or if using a credit card you will have a fee for each payment made. 

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Information Technology

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Larry Williams
Information Technology

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lwilliams@nbcsd.org

The NBC Information Technology Department pledges to provide students and staff with the resources needed to excel in today's technology driven, education landscape. We use a multi-faceted approach utilizing Office 365, Google Suite, Google Classroom, Canvas and Seesaw to provide a top-notch learning experience for all ages. We operate a 1:1 environment where each student is provided with a device to use while at school or at home. Our elementary students are issued iPads while the middle / high school students are given laptops. Need assistance? Send a note to techsupport@nbcsd.org.

Support Services Offered

  • Hardware / Software
  • Account Access / Password Reset
  • Network Connectivity / Access
  • Printers & Devices
  • Keycard Creation / Replacement
  • Security / Incident Response

Products supported

  • School Owned Devices / Computers
  • Office 365
  • Google Suite
  • Focus
  • Canvas

The White Board

Tips, Tricks & News

Tech Tips

  • Keep Software up-to-date, including your operating system.
  • Beware of suspicious emails or attachments, especially from external sources.
  • Use secure passwords or phrases & do not write them down.
  • Use multi-factor authentication whenever possible.
  • Do not leave your computer or device unattended.
  • Make sure files are saved to the network drives; don't risk losing them.

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