Computer Login

    If you are new to the district, your computer login will be the following:

    Username: student ID#

    Password: 8-digit birthday lowercase 1st initial (ex. 08012007k)

    If you attended a school in the FUSD district, your login will be the following:

    Username: student ID#

    Password: student-created password (computer login password)


    Student email account

    You can access your student email account once you are logged in to Office 365. If using a district laptop, the Office 365 tab will appear when you open a browser. You can also go to "Databases and School Websites" from the library page, which is in the "Resources for Students" section, and click the icon to sign in. You will need your student email and computer login password to sign in.


    StudentID#@students.fusd.net ex. 1112256@students.fusd.net


    student-created password (computer login password)


    Getting Started with Office 365

    Review Office 365 student help tutorials created specifically for YOU by our cool ITS team at the district office!


    Frequently Used Student Sites

    Click here to access some of the frequently used apps by Kaiser Cats.


    Need a Book to Read for Class?

    To search for a physical book, audiobook, or ebook you need to look in the county library catalog. To check items out you must have a county library card. See the school librarians if you have questions or want to get a FREE library card!

    Book Search


    Database Help 

    How do I use the Databases


    Test Prep

    AP, SAT, & ACT test prep or search for schools and scholarships that fit you! 

     Here are the quick tutorials to show you how

    *Database passwords can be found in the Library Channel in the Kaiser Student Teams 

    > Kaiser Students Team

        > Library Channel

           > Files tab at the top

     Click here to access the databases!


    Need Help Writing an Essay or citing resources?

    See an example of a works cited page in MLA format from Purdue OWL. You can also find resources and examples in APA format. 

    Purdue OWL

    On the MLA.org website, you can see examples of where to locate information from various sources (articles, books, etc.) for your citations, or simply check to make sure your paper is correctly formatted.    


    Learn how to set your word document in MLA format or other formats by watching this video from Microsoft.   

    Creating a paper in MLA format

    Get help with citing your resources using these citation websites

    Grammarly (Citation Generator)


    Tips for Research 

    Research Tips for Google

    Learn how to search Google and find credible sources and information with these quick research tips

    Search Strategy Tips Video

    Learn how to research like a pro! 

    Lateral Reading Explained

     Find out how professional fact-checkers sort fact from fiction online

    Learn how to read laterally with author John Green

    Reliable Sources Videos

    Learn how to evaluate resources for credibility by viewing the video below

    Fact-Checking Websites





    Links to Free Images 

    Creative Commons Search Provides an easy way to find copyright-free images, videos, and music to use in your presentations. 


    Using a copyrighted photo or image without permission is plagiarism. This website has thousands of copyright free and copyright friendly images and photos for teachers and students. 

    Need to find out where images you want to use have been seen on the internet?

    How to Use Google Reverse Image Search to Fact-Check Images


    What is copyright? 

    Copyright and Fair Use Explained


    Classwork and Homework Help

    FREE video tutorials for test prep, college and career information, personal finance/budgeting, and to help you study for various subjects.
    Creating an account is voluntary, no username or password required. Click the "courses" tab in the top left-hand corner of the website to see available subjects and topics. 
    Personalized math learning. Students can gain fluency and confidence in their math skills! IXL helps students master essential skills at their own pace through fun and interactive questions, built-in support, and motivating awards.
    *If you need assistance logging in, see your math teacher for help*
    • Username: studentID#@kaiserhs
    • Password: 8-digit birth date ex. 02012006