What is an iCal and why would someone want to use them?
iCal is the standard internet format for exchanging calendar information. With an iCal, you can share or subscribe to the calendars of others. Many common calendar applications work with iCal including Google and Apple. Microsoft Outlook can also work with iCal but to a limited extent. iCal files are usually .ics, .ical, .ifb, and .icalendar. Below are the iCals for each of our popular district calendars that you can subscribe to within your own personal digital calendar. Many times, you can add these calendars by "importing" or "subscribing" and providing the text link for the calendar. For instructions on subscribing to an iCal, you will need to consult your own device or software documentation.
By subscribing to any of our district iCals, you can stay up-to-date with scheduling information as we have it. You can also setup notifications for events you are interested in from within your calendar application. Please bear with us while we continue to make adjustments to how we can inform and post information simultaneously. We are somewhat new to iCals and are still putting our systems in place to make sure they are updated regularly. We expect hiccups throughout the process.