Could you create a school account summerhelp@ and let them use that for the
summer then remove access when they are done?

Jean Campbell
CESU Technology Support
802-434-1047 work

On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 3:05 PM Edith Fogarty <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We are going to have some non-school personnel helping in our kitchen this
> summer.  The long and the short of it is that they need access to a variety
> of web-based applications.  We have Securly as our web-filter.  The
> individual has her own personal Chromebook.  We also have a few Chromebooks
> configured for staff use, but using their school-based accounts for
> logins.  Without the Securly extension (or permission file on Macs or PCs),
> they cannot get to secure sites.
> Today, I configured the staff Chromebooks so that individuals could log in
> with non-school gmail accounts, however it appears as though the Securly
> extension wasn't activated because it was her personal account.  Instead, I
> set the Chromebook up for Guest Mode with the forced installation of the
> Securly extension.  I don't see the extension in the bar beside the Omnibox
> where they usually appear.  Am I missing something?
> Here is my question
> Edith Fogarty, M.Ed
> Technology Integration Facilitator
> Bradford Elementary School
> 143 Fairground Rd
> Bradford, VT 05033
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