Chromebooks (1:1 Devices)
The inception of the Board of Education's 1:1 initiative in 2014 has since expanded and grown. In 2014, 160 Chromebooks were given to middle and high school teachers. To date, the Board has procured over 2,300 Chromebooks for the 1:1 initiative, providing one Chromebook for every student in grades 3 through 12 and one for every teacher in every school. Students in grades 7 through 12 may take their district-assigned Chromebook home with them, and must participate in the Chromebook Protection Program. The Chromebook Protection Program is like an "insurance" for the Chromebooks and provides repairs and even replacements to ensure students have a working Chromebook at all times. The students take the Chromebooks home with them and use them daily in classes. Our students enjoy an engaging and exciting digital learning environment.
Chromebook Policies & Procedures:
- Students, Parent(s) and Guardian(s) in grades 7-12 must review and sign a Student District Device Agreement.
- Students, Parent(s) and Guardian(s) in grades 7-12 must participate in the Chromebook Protection Program.
- All students, Parent(s) and Guardian(s) must review the Technology and Instruction: Acceptable Use of the Computer Network, Section 6142 and sign an Acceptable Use Policy prior to using any technology device from which they may access the Internet.
- All students, Parent(s) and Guardian(s) are strongly encouraged to review and refer to the Student Chromebook Guidelines & Procedures guide. It is a great resource for parents and students to learn how to properly care for and use their device.