The effective consolidation of the two domains will be completed prior to the start of the 2015-16 school year; however, students will be able to complete the process during the first months of next school year or earlier.See additional information and a project timeline » If you have questions, please email the Ed Tech Team at edtech@k12Click the gear icon at the top left of the page and select Mail Settings.On the settings page click the Account and Import tab then click Add another email address you own. At this point you need to log into your Google Apps account. Log into both accounts at once using Chrome Incognito or Firefox’s Multifox Add-on.Students and staff also can continue to access their old Google account in the student.k12domain from a Google login page by using their previous email address (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org) and their student lunch number.It is important to know that we are not removing any student or staff data from the student.k12domain at this time. Students can access this domain from the Google login page by using their new email address/username (e.g., email@example.com) and their network password.Staff can access the Google Apps for Education suite from the Google login page by using their current email and network password.
This will ensure there is no confusion when replying to emails sent to either account.Over the course of this year, DART will consolidate these into a single domain.The current staff domain (@k12albemarle.org) will become the only one in use. View this webcast to learn how to merge or eliminate domains and forests without compromising security—quickly and safely.Albemarle County Public Schools currently maintains two Google domains, one for staff (@k12albemarle.org) and one for students (@student.k12albemarle.org).An easy way to migrate Google Docs is by using Syncdocs. This shows how to sync multiple accounts at the same time.