A four-year Technology Levy approved by voters in February 2022 will allow the district to provide Google Chromebooks to students and train teachers on how to use them in the classroom. Our Digital Citizenship curriculum gives students and their parents resources for safe and responsible use of the devices and the Internet.
- Why is the One-To-One program is important?
- Is participation in the One-To-One program required?
- Why Chromebooks?
- Who owns these Chromebooks—the students or the school?
- What accessories are provided with the Chromebook?
- How will my student be protected from objectionable internet content?
- My student is not interested in getting a Chromebook, do they have to have one?
- Can my student use their own chromebook or device?
- What if we don’t have Internet access at home?
- Why another electronic device and not paper and pencil?
- Are there repercussions for students using chromebooks inappropriately?
- How often will the Chromebooks be used in the classroom?
- Is there insurance available?
- What if a parent does not purchase the Chromebook insurance?
- What does the insurance cover?
- Will my student’s personal information be accessible by third parties?