Network Folders, sometimes referred to as Network Shares, H drives, Public Folders, etc.) are folders on district servers that you can access to read or write data files to.
The most common network folder used by a user is that person's H drive or Home Directory. A user's H drive is only accessible by that user. It is a good place to put important files you create as it is backed up daily by our IT Dept.

Your H drive should mount automatically when you turn on your computer and login.

Additionally, you can follow these steps to connect to your H Drive while at school.

Staff Access

PC Staff Access: \\dfs\staff\*username*
Mac Staff Access: afp:dfs/staff/*username*/
From “GO” select “connect to server” and specify the above path replacing *username* with your username


Student Access

PC Student Access: \\dfs\students\*username*
Mac Student Access: afp:dfs/students/*username*/
From “GO” select “connect to server” and specify the above path replacing *username* with your username