All students have opportunities before they leave USD405 to retrieve and transfer anything within their accounts to personal accounts.
The time limit is the month of June of their graduating year.
After which those files are considered “dead” files and are removed.

Watch this YouTube Video for Google File Transfer

Download or Transfer Files from Your School Google Drive
On July 1st, graduating senior students will lose access to all documents in your Google Drive associated with the address. These instructions will assist you in either downloading or transferring your files to a new Gmail account.:

Open Your USD405 Google Drive.
Create a new folder for transferring files you would like to keep.
Drag files into the new folder.
Highlight the new folder.
To download the files to your PC or Mac, click on the three dots icon in the top toolbar (More Actions).
Click on Download. This will create a zip file that will open as a folder in your Downloads.
All PDFs will remain unchanged while docs will be converted to MS Word and all slides to PowerPoint.

Transfer Files to Another Gmail Account:
Highlight the new folder.
Click on the Share button.
Type in your personal Gmail address.
Keep the default to “Can organize, add & edit.” Sign out of your account.
Sign into your personal Gmail account.
In your Drive, click on Shared with me. Highlight the new folder and double-click on it.
Select all files. (Hold down the Shift key and click on the bottom file.)
Click on the three dots (More Actions) and Make a Copy.
The “Copy” files are now below in your personal account.
Click and drag them to My Drive. These are now in your Drive.

Transfer Files from One Drive to a Personal Computer

Watch This YouTube Video for Computer and OneDrive File Transfer

OneDrive lets users download individual files or the contents of entire folders. It's easy to download these files and folders stored in the cloud on OneDrive to a computer if you have a link to the OneDrive location. 

Files and folders you've selected for download will save to whatever download location is used by your web browser. That's frequently a "Downloads" folder, but it could be another location. If you selected more than a single file, the download would be zipped, and you'll need to extract the individual files before you can use them. 

You also can't download certain files or folders from the "Shared" view on the OneDrive website. If you want to download a shared file and find no Download button in the toolbar, click the person's name who is sharing the files and then locate the files you want to download. 

  • You can download individual files from the OneDrive website by clicking them and then selecting "Download" from the menu bar that appears at the top of the file window.  

  • To download every file on-screen or an entire OneDrive folder at once, first press Ctrl+A on a PC or Command+A on your Mac keyboard. 

  • Any files or folders you download from OneDrive will be available in your personal computer's Downloads folder or whatever location your web browser stores downloaded files.


AM Gym Expectations

  • Students will not be allowed into the school before 7:30 am

  • Students can walk around the gym from 7:30-7:50

  • Students will sit in their assigned seats at 7:50 (look at gym seating chart)

  • NO toys, cards, food or drinks. 

  • Students must go to breakfast before entering the gym, Students can not leave the gym to go to breakfast

  • 7:55 Breakfast cut off

  • Students can not wear hoodies on their heads while in the school building

After School Expectations

  • Teachers will walk their students outside each day- Do not send a class to walk alone 

  • Students only go to the office if they’ve been called for a message

  • Students walk bikes on the sidewalk

  • Students need to be allowed to go to the bathroom before school is out because no students will be allowed in the bathroom after school

  • No cell phones out in the school building- They need to stay in backpacks until the students are outside

  • Students can not check Music punches

  • Students can not wear hoodies on their heads while in the school building

After School Bus Line Expectations

  • Students sit against the wall inside or in a line on the sidewalk outside

  • Students can talk to each other in a quiet voice

  • NO toys, cards, food, or drinks. 

  • Sit in one spot and do not move around

  • Students can not wear hoodies on their heads while in the school building

Hallway Expectations

  • Teachers will walk their class at every whole class transition (lunch, music, PE, counselor, library, etc).

  • Teachers will wait with their class until they see the teacher taking their class (in the cafeteria, PE, music, counselor, library, etc)

  • Students can not bounce balls in the hallway (we have moved the ball trashcan to the southwest playground door)

  • Use the HALLS Page

Hands to yourself
All eyes forward
Lips locked
Low speed
Stay to the right


If you or someone you know is suicidal, get help immediately via 911, 988, 
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK, 
or the Crisis Text Line (text “HOME” to 741741).
Suicide is preventable. Youth who are contemplating suicide frequently give warning signs.
Do not be afraid to ask about suicidal thoughts.
Never take warning signs lightly or promise to keep them secret.

Click on the links below to find out about suicide risk factors, warning signs, what to do,
and reminders for parents from the NASP (National Association of School Psychologists):

·         Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents and Educators

·         Prevención del suicidio juvenil: consejos para padres y educadores

 For additional guidance, visit: NASP