Students are expected to bring a fully charged Chromebook to school every day and bring their Chromebooks to all classes unless specifically advised not to do so by their teacher.
If a Student Deos Not Bring His/Her Chromebook to School
A student may check out a loaner device for the day based on teacher discretion. The teacher will contact the school library for a loaner if needed.
The students that obtain a loaner will be responsible for returning the borrowed device to the library before the end of the school day. Students will be responsible for their loaner device in the same manner that they are for their school-issued device.
Chromebooks Being Repaired
Loaner Chromebooks may be issued to students when they leave their school-issued Chromebook for repair with the school technician.
Chromebooks on loan to students having their devices repaired may be taken home when applicable with prior approval from a teacher or school administration.
Students will be responsible for their loaner device in the same manner that they are for their school-issued device.
Chromebooks must be brought to school each day with a full charge.
Students should charge their Chromebooks at home every evening.
There will be a limited number of unsupervised charging stations available.
Backgrounds and Themes
Inappropriate media may not be used as Chromebook backgrounds or themes. The presence of such media will result in disciplinary action.
Sound must be muted at all times unless permission is obtained from a teacher.
Headphones may be used at the discretion of the teachers.
Students should have their own personal set of headphones for sanitary reasons.
Logging Into a Chromebook
Students will log into their Chromebooks using only their school issued Google Apps for Education account.
Students should never share their account passwords with others, unless requested by an administrator.
Managing and Saving Your Digital Work with a Chromebook
The majority of student work will be stored in Internet/cloud based applications and can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection and most mobile Internet devices.
Some files may be stored on the Chromebook’s hard drive when in offline mode.
Students should always remember to save frequently when working on digital media.
The district will not be responsible for the loss of any student work.