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Tech Support & CUSD Resources
Posted 3/30/20

Happy Monday CUSD Families!

First of all, congratulations on making it through the first week of Distance Learning! We hope you had a safe and healthy weekend.


On Friday, Superintendent Vital held virtual meetings with all school site PTA Presidents, addressing questions and receiving feedback on challenges and successes of the first week of Distance Learning. We are committed to making this the best experience possible for our students and families and, while this is new for all of us, we will continue to seek improvement. 


Today I want to share resources to help you through this week as we work to support you and your students.


Chromebooks at Home

If you need a Chromebook or you have more than one student in your home and need an additional device, please contact your site leader so assistance.


Technology Support

We have assembled a team to provide our families with tech support. Many problems can be solved by reaching out to your teacher; however, advanced technical support and device issues can be addressed by contacting our Parent Support Line. Parent Support can assist you with district devices and district account issues:


Parent Support Number: 949-234-5503

Hours: M-F 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM


Parent Support Email to schedule support within one business day: Please provide your contact information in the email. 


Tech Support English Tech Support Spanish


Please contact your service provider for issues connecting to your home internet.


Zoom Plugin for Chromebook

Our Tech Support team worked last week to enable the Zoom Plugin for Chromebooks. Families and students should be able to download the plugin and access Zoom.


Access to the Internet

During this time, there are companies offering free home internet through July 1st.  Both Cox and AT&T have local programs that can help get this set up to create in-home internet access:

Cox Connect2Compete is providing free internet access for 60 days to new customers. ATT Internet Offer (Phone support (English): 855-220-5211(Spanish): 855-220-5225). Requirements for each program are slightly different, but include:

  • Household must have at least one K-12 student and participate in one of the following programs: 
  • The National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and/or
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); who receive Tenant-Based Vouchers, Project-Based Vouchers or Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA); and/or who live in Public Housing. 

In addition, your cell phone provider may be offering free unlimited data and/or the ability to use your cell phone as an internet hotspot for free.  Please contact your cell phone provider to find out.

CUSD Resources for Social-Emotional Home Learning Resources

Rebecca Pianta, our coordinator for counseling and student support put together this great resource for families 

Orange County Department of Health Resources

Our friends at OCDE put together this great website on resources for families.


We hope these resources will help you and your family as we navigate Distance Learning together. If you need assistance, please reach out to your teachers and site leaders. While we will provide you updates via email throughout the week, I invite you to continue to visit CUSD Insider for news and information.


Have a great week!


Ryan Burris
Chief Communications Officer