• DCPS-BYOD Bring Your Own Device
    BYOD

    The Duval County Public Schools Bring Your Own Device (DCPS_BYOD) wireless network is a Wi-Fi network provided to allow district end-users to access filtered internet accessible educational resources using their personally owned devices. Users will be given the same internet profile they would receive if they logged into any DCPS owned computer.

     Directions for logging onto the DCPS BYOD in DCPS Schools:
    • Search for wireless networks on your device, the SSID (network name) is:  DCPS-BYOD 
    • You will be prompted for a password. The password is: learningisfun (all one word, lowercase)
    • The Terms and Conditions page will appear, read and click accept
    • The Content Keeper log in page will appear, log in with your DCPS username/password
    All internet activity is logged, monitored, and reported on.  Users are required to abide by the District Acceptable Use Policy and/or Code of Student Conduct. Users are responsible for the activity that occurs under their account.
     
    Possession of a wireless communication device is not a violation of the Code of Student Conduct. However, it is a violation of the Code of Student Conduct when the possession of a wireless communication device disrupts the educational process. This includes the unauthorized use of a wireless communication device during school hours and/or the unauthorized use on school buses.