PUHSD has been a Google Apps for Education (now G Suite) District since 2008. We fully adopted the platform for staff and students in 2010 and launched Scholar+ in 2013. PUHSD has full use of all the G Suite for Education core
tools. A sort of recent development is G Suite Enterprise for Education. This is a paid service. Previously, PUHSD has not paid for this service as our district was an early adopter and we did not need the tools G Suite
offered. Most of those tools were not teacher tools anyway. They were tools our tech department could use behind the scenes but at that time we did not need them.
In response to schools going to Distance Learning in March, G Suite for Education made some changes in their tools and pushed out the ability to use these functions for all G Suite districts. That means that some features that
become Enterprise features would be on for everyone but will end September 30th.
When PUHSD went to Distance Learning in March, the district worked on many things to continue to provide world class tools to students. One of the things we weighed was the tools/functionality of Google Enterprise. As Google
some public announcements about new Enterprise tools on the horizon and as we stayed connected with the behind the scenes talks on the same issue, the tech department weighed the options and decided to work on the process to
Suite Enterprise for Education. At the PUHSD School Board meeting on July 30th, the board approved G Suite Enterprise for Education.
Currently, you have access to all the Enterprise tools and options. There have been questions that PUHSD teachers did not have access to new features but rest assured that you do. Our connection to Enterprise is being worked on
you have full access to the tools. Districts that do not go with Google Enterprise will lose some features September 30th.