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The district Technology Office has recently changed procedures for requesting guest access to our wireless network. If you require guest access, you will be able to connect directly to the "BPS_Guest" network. If you were told to come to this page to request access, you are in the right spot. However, the technology department recently made this systems change and internal departments are still being notified at this time.

If you need further assistance, please contact the Technology Office.

If you are seeing this form, it is because you are in possession of a laptop that is marked as missing from the Bridgeton City School District of Bridgeton, New Jersey. Devices that were provided to you previously as either a student or staff member, are still property of the Bridgeton City School District of Bridgeton, New Jersey. If you left the district, you are required to return the laptop that was assigned to you. Failure to do so will result in a police report being filed for theft of the laptop.

Please completely fill out this form to start the process to return a missing device. Once this is received, a representative of the Bridgeton City School District of Bridgeton, New Jersey will be touch to arrange the details of the return.

Most documents on our website are posted in one or more of three formats: HTML (.htm), Microsoft Word (.doc), or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf). Viewing an HTML document requires no additional software and can be viewed through your browser. Viewing a Word document requires that you download the document and open it in Microsoft Word. Viewing an Adobe Acrobat document requires the latest version of Adobe Reader for either online or offline viewing. Downloading a document requires that you right-click on the file and select "Save Link As" or use the File/Save As option on your browser's toolbar.

Adobe Reader enables online viewing of PDF documents through your Web browser, such as Internet Explorer. This means that you will not have to launch the Adobe Reader separately after downloading PDF documents because they will automatically be opened in the Adobe Reader by the browser. You may still download and view the document offline through the Adobe Reader without the browser if you choose to do so.

Download the free Adobe Reader designed for your operating system or platform.

There is a known problem with certain versions of browsers that causes PDF files not to display completely or not to display at all inside your browser window. The general solution is to configure your computer to display PDF files in a separate Adobe Acrobat application, rather than within a browser window. To do this, follow the instructions below:

Acrobat 7 and Above

  1. Open Adobe Acrobat or Reader.
  2. Select Edit > Preferences > Internet.
  3. Deselect the check box next to "Display PDF in browser."
  4. Close Adobe Acrobat or Reader.
  5. Close browser, if open.


Alternatively, hold the cursor over the PDF link and right-click the mouse. Select "Save Target As." Save the PDF to an appropriate location (e.g., your desktop). Minimize or close the browser window and open the file in the location where the file was saved.

If you are still unable to view the PDF file, get more troubleshooting information from the Adobe Web site.

Google Chrome: Please note that our site currently does not support Chrome's built-in PDF Reader. You may select another browser to view Forms, or disable the Chrome PDF Reader and select an alternate PDF Reader. To disable the built-in viewer, please read Chrome's latest Help section on "PDF viewer".

AOL Users: While the AOL browser does support the Adobe Reader, there is a technical problem within the browser that prevents it from displaying PDF files online. This means that, if you are using AOL, download and save the PDF file to your hard drive and open it with the Adobe Reader or consider using an alternative Web browser.

Some files are provided as Microsoft Excel or Access files. To view these files, you will need to download them and open them within Excel or Access.

If we think that downloading a large file is likely to be problematic, we provide it as a compressed file in .ZIP format. Before you can view a .ZIP file, you will need to decompress or unZIP it with a utility like PKUNZIP, WinZip, or Stuffit.

Technology Requests

The district has changed the way you will report technology incidents and request technical support. In the past you would call the Tech Help Desk at ext 2030 and Amy would send the problem to the appropriate district personnel. This has now changed, from this point forward please follow the procedure below any time you need technical assistance.

  1. Go to www.myschoolbuilding.com
  2. Enter the account number 45285399
  3. Enter your email address
  4. First time requesters will have to enter their last name
  5. Fill in your imformation including extension number
  6. Click on the IT Request Tab
  7. Complete the form
  8. Step #7 on the form requires a Submittal Password = "password" (password is the password, do not put in your password)
  9. Click Submit

For assistance with this process, click here.

This will then route the problem to the appropriate staff member who will receive an email explaining the problem and contact you shortly.

Maintenance Requests

  1. Go to www.myschoolbuilding.com
  2. Enter the account number 45285399
  3. Enter your email address
  4. First time requesters will have to enter their last name
  5. First time requesters will have to fill in their information including extension number
  6. IMPORTANT - Click on the MAINT Request Tab
  7. Complete the form - PLEASE NOTE- Step #7 on the form requires a Submittal Password = maintenance
  8. Click Submit

For assistance with this process, click here.

Technology Vision

As a school district we believe that the goal of education is to prepare students to become productive participants of society. Technology is critical in achieving this goal. Bridgeton Public Schools will provide access to voice, video, and data for students, parents, and staff. This will be provided through interaction via electronic mail, facsimile, video conferencing, voice mail, and use of the world-wide-web, leading to student-achieving core curriculum content standards. Professional development programs will be provided to continually upgrade the technology skills of teachers, parents, and community members. The technology systems and professional development will be aligned and support all the educational goals and objectives that are established by the school district.

Technology Mission

Coming Soon

In an effort to secure our computer network and email systems, the Bridgeton Board of Education has implemented the changes to the password policy outlined below.

Please be aware that your password should be secure and not easily guessed. Your selected password should meet basic complexity requirements as outlined below:

  • Your password should be more than 6 characters in length (Characters include numbers, symbols, spaces)
  • Your password should not include ANY part of your name (first or last)
  • Your password should not be the same as your last 3 previous passwords
  • Your password WILL expire every 180 CALENDAR days
  • Your Password must contain three out of four of the following:
    • At least 1 uppercase letter
    • At least 1 lowercase letter
    • At least 1 number
    • At least 1 special character (spaces, periods, commas, etc.)


Please take this opportunity if you have not already to enroll in the BPS-SSP (Bridgeton Public Schools Self-Service Portal).


If at any time you feel your email your account has been compromised, please immediately report this to your immediate supervisor and change your password. In order to make it easier to change your password, there has been made available a password Self-Service Portal that can be used to reset a forgotten password. This utility can be accessed at the following location: https://helpdesk.bridgeton.k12.nj.us:8085. Please login and follow the instructions to enroll in the portal. (NOTE: in order to successfully use the portal, you SHOULD use either Edge, Internet Explorer, or Chrome. Other web browsers, such as Safari and Mozilla Firefox, are not supported).


Help for the Self-service Portal can be found either on the portal itself, or at the following location:


Remember your password is only as secure as you make it. Please DO NOT give your password to anyway. Please DO NOT respond to any email or other communication that requests your username and/or password. The Technology Department will NEVER ask for your password.


Thank you for your cooperation and your help in making our district computer network safe and secure.

District anti-bullying initiative

Bridgeton Public School District takes bullying and harassment very seriously. As part of a NJ initiative to stop bullying, we have selected Dr. Christopher Tavani to serve as our district Anti-Bullying Coordinator. Please contact the program coordinator if you have any concerns about bullying taking place in our district.

Below are links to district policies and other information concerning this initiative:

5131 1 Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying

5131 1(Y) Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Complaint, Form

Score: 76/78

Technology Staff

Alix Silva
District Information Systems Technology Manager

Rufus Wright
District Technology Educational Program Coordinator

Brian Randall
District Network Specialist
(Phones and Network)

Jason Valentine
District Software Specialist
(Student Information System / Genesis)

Kenneth Murray
District Systems Specialist
(Email / Computer Access, Website Changes/Addition)

Jane Caine
Technology Administrative Assistant

James Boner
District Technology AV Engineer

Armando Gomez
District Computer Specialist

Ben Trenado
District Computer Specialist

Greg Fink
District Computer Specialist

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