The following information and resources are provided as a convenience for all Mohonasen Central School District employees.
Access forms, policies, reports and other resources for Mohonasen coaches.
Mohonasen employees can log in only. Access Web-based E-mail System
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Call 1-800-634-6433 for confidential help. This toll-free number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Download a LifeMatters brochure or visit the LifeMatters website for additional resources.
Google Apps for Education
Important Health Insurance Information for Staff/Retirees
Download health insurance rates sheets and side-by-side comparison sheets for all health plans available to Mohonasen staff members and retirees.
Check out High School Chromebook carts; learn about Wireless Guest Access, Cisco Phone System, Printers/Copiers and more.
Maintenance Work Order Forms
Please use the help ticket system for maintenance and IT support requests, located here.
Microsoft Office 2013 Resources
Access Office Help and Training for Microsoft Office 2013 products, including Office, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word.
Mohonasen Web Publishing Regulations
Read the district’s website publishing regulations.
My Learning Plan/Professional Development
Log in to My Learning Plan to register for professional development opportunities and review credit hours.
Search the SNAP! database from anywhere, 24/7, to book media or stream video into your classroom. Link to Snap!
StaffTrac website, including login and news & resources links. Link to StaffTrac
TEACH Access and Registration
To access your TEACH account or register for the service, visit the TEACH System on NYSED.
All teachers, regardless of certification, and Level III Teaching Assistants are required to register through their TEACH account in the month of their birthday. If you have questions regarding registration, contact SED at 518-473-9890. If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your TEACH account, call 518-486-6041. If your certification requires CTLE hours, the state now requires you to maintain proof of those hours (certificates of attendance) for 3 years following the 5 year cycle to which they were applied.