VISIT YOUR CHILD'S CLASSROOM
Please note you will need the username
and password we provided you. Additionally the username and
password will only enable you to view your child's classroom. Please
read the FAQ's if you have problems accessing the camera.
Infant Web Cam
Toddler A Web Cam
B Web Cam
Primary A Web Cam
Primary C Web Cam
Lower Elementary Web Cam
Upper Elementary Web Cam
Q) Why is my username and
password not working?
A) Make sure you are typing it in
correctly as it is case sensitive. Additionally make sure you are
using the latest username and password as we change it regularly.
Q) Why can't
I view the video after I have logged on and clicked the view
A) The first time you login, you must
browser, this may be blocked and you will see a warning below the
address bar in your browser. Click on the warning and then click
Q) What is
Active X Control?
A) Active X, a software
programming language designed by Microsoft, is required to view the
classroom. It allows software developers to write a program either
to enable you to view video on the Internet or download files. As
with anything on the Internet, the good intentions can be used by
criminal types to compromise your computer. The active X component that
a user of MSC's camera system is required to download is completely
safe. It resides on the school's web server so it is being
downloaded from the school, not a 3rd party. It was written and
released by Linksys which is a division of Cisco. Potential users
are correct in being concerned. This one is 100% safe and, as it
resides on our server, it will remain so. Please use caution
downloading and installing active X components from other
websites. As a general rule, known websites are OK.
B) I am using Internet
Explorer 8, why won't it allow me to download Active X
8 for some reason is unable to identify the publisher as
being Linksys and blocks it from installing. This problem
only affects Internet Explorer 8. Previous versions of IE
and other browsers are not affected.
tools on the top, then Internet options. In the new window
that opens, click the security tab on top. Then click the
custom level button towards the bottom. In the new window,
scroll down until you see ActiveX controls and plug-ins.
Scroll down in this category until you find, Download
unsigned ActiveX controls (Not Secure) Change from
disabled to enabled. Click Ok on bottom then apply and OK
on next windows. Then click your classroom link, you will
see a warning below the address bar, click it to install
the active X component. Once installed, the page will
prompt you for the username and password to view your
child's classroom. Once you are viewing the classroom,
click below the address bar on the warning "Your
current security settings put your computer at risk. Click
here to change your security settings. Then click fix
settings for me, on pop up box, click fix settings. Done.