Chromebook Device Policy and Care

● Chromebook Device Policy and Care

     □   Secondary Schools

  • Every secondary school student grades 7-12 is issued a Chromebook and a charger.
  • If a student has a damaged, lost, or theft of device, they will receive a second unit. 
  • Any student at the secondary schools 7-12 grade that has a damaged, lost, or theft of the second device will no longer have a Chromebook issued to them.  They will need to check out a device from the library and return it at the end of the day daily.
  • A parent conference needs to take place with the parents upon damage of the first and second Chromebook with a request to those parents to start thinking about providing a device for their student due to the damaged device.
  • If they damage the checkout Chromebook from the library then they’ve lost all privileges to use a district provided mobile device.  They can only use a non-mobile device in our labs or library or resort to paper related assignments and homework.

     □   Elementary Schools

  • Chromebooks are recommended to stay on campus at our elementary schools and stored in the Chromebook cabinet provided in every classroom
  • A Chromebook can be taken home under special circumstances

● Chromebook Power Adapters

  • Each student that is checked out a Chromebook receives a power adapter.  If that power adapter is lost, stolen, or damaged then a second unit may be checked out to the student as a replacement for the original.  The student and parent can replace it on their own if they choose to do so.
  • If the second power adapter is lost, stolen, or damaged then the student and parent must replace it by acquiring one from a local vendor or online.

● Chromebook Power Adapter Recommendations

● Chromebook Care

  • Keep your Chromebook and charger in a safe place
  • Away from younger siblings
  • Away from pets
  • Away from hot areas such as car backseats, trunks, frunks, or in direct sunlight
  • Away from water, liquids, or food
  • Please be careful with theft.  Do not leave your Chromebook in a vehicle or unattended outside of your home.
  • Do not remove the protective case from the Chromebook.  All Chromebooks are encased with a protective cover to prevent basic damage.
  • Prevent screen breakage.  Never place heavy objects on the Chromebook.