News

  • Seniors – Class of 2017 – iPad Purchase Information

    Published on: Monday, May 1st, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • Mid-Term Comments for Quarter 2/Semester 2 Posted

    Published on: Friday, April 28th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher

    The mid-term for Quarter 2 of Semester 2 ended on Tuesday, April 25, and comments are now available.

    To review comments submitted by your child’s teachers, please log in to the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Once you have entered your account, the mid-term grade and comments can be accessed either through the schedule tab or the reports tab in the index at the left side of the page. If you have more than one high school student in the family, you must first select a student at the top of the page.

    If accessing from the schedule tab, click the gradebook icon for each course. The mid-term status and the comment details will display above the individual assignment grades recorded by the teacher. Each course must be viewed individually using the schedule tab. If accessing from the reports tab of the portal, you can view a single, printer-friendly document that displays all mid-term grades and comments posted by each teacher.

  • April/May Issue – Principal’s Newsletter

    Published on: Friday, April 28th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • April/May Issue – Superintendent’s Newsletter

    Published on: Friday, April 28th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • April/May Issue – Superintendent’s Newsletter (en Espanol)

    Published on: Friday, April 28th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • SHS 82 Senior Students named Illinois State Scholars

    Published on: Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher

    Illinois State Scholars

  • SHS Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Notification

    Published on: Monday, February 27th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • SHS 2017 Graduation Information

    Published on: Monday, February 27th, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher
  • Video: Top District 211 Band, Orchestra Students perform at Honors Orchestra Concert

    Published on: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher

  • Attention Saxon Freshmen! iBoss Instructions for iPad

    Published on: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 Author: Jennifer Fletcher

    Attention Saxon Freshmen! – This is a MUST READ!

    We have made a change in the configuration of your iPads that impacts the way you get on the internet when you are off the school network. 

    As we continually work hard to improve the learning environment and our 1:1 program, one of the challenges that we ran into was in how the iPad on-device filter handles some websites. Initially, we found some education websites getting unintentionally blocked. As of today, we are making a change and removing the on-device filter while extending the school-based filter to the iPad when it is not on the school network. This means that any website or educational material you can get to while at school you will be able to get to it from home (or on any Wi-Fi network or hotspot).

    As of today, when you leave school, each time you access a Wi-Fi network (home, mobile hotspot, or other Wi-Fi that you seek to get to the internet from for web browsing, email, etc.), you will need to login to the iBoss network to complete that connection. This is similar to when you go to McDonalds or Panera or Starbucks and before you can access the internet, you need to login to their network / agree to their terms to be part of their network. Also, like those networks, if you don’t login, you will not be allowed to access the Wi-Fi network. No login, no internet. This change does not impact the iPad when you are on the school network.

    You will need to login to iBoss each time you access a new Wi-Fi network (home, Wi-Fi network, or internet hotspot). iBoss will hold your login for 8 hours. Once you start a new internet session after that 8 hours, you will need to login again to gain access to the internet. The login to iBoss exactly the same as you login to a desktop computer here at SHS. To login to iBoss, you will just need to launch the browser (Safari or Chrome) or a new browser tab and login. Then the internet will be available. Attached to this post is a more detail copy of the instructions for how to login to the iBoss network.

    I strongly encourage you to download the instructions and put them in Notability for easy access (in case you forgot how to login) so you will always have them on your iPad. You are also going to receive this information in your email.

    If you run into any issues, see the iTech Team in the media center. 

    iBoss Network Login Instructions Link