Q: How do I pay the $20 fee to enroll in the Damage/Loss Protection Program?
|A: Families can use the District's Online Payment System to pay this and other fees and fines.|
Q: When should I pay the $20 fee to enroll in the Damage/Loss Protection Program?
|A: To enable students to have access to this technology on the first day or week of school, most schools will issue Chromebooks immediately at the start of the school year (or during registration events). It is important that students pay the fee for the Damage/Loss Protection Program as soon as possible to ensure that they are financially protected in the case of a damage or loss incident. Students who have not paid the fee are not eligible to be covered by the program benefits listed below.|
Q: Can the fee be waived for the Damage/Loss Protection Program?
|A: The fee for the Damage/Loss Protection Program is waived for families who qualify for the free or reduced meal benefits program. This will only be automatically waived if families have elected to share this information by filling out the Sharing Free Or Reduced Price Information form during the annual Meal Applications Process.|
Q: If I choose to not check out a Chromebook, how do I refuse the Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Plan?
| A: If a student chooses to not check out a Chromebook for whatever reason, the student can have the Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program fee removed from their account by submitting a Refusal of Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program form to their school’s office.|
Q: Can I check out a Chromebook and refuse the Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Plan?
|A: A student may check out a Chromebook and refuse to participate in the Damage/Loss Protection Program; in this case, the student will need to submit a Refusal of Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program form and by doing so will assume the full costs of repair or replacement should a damage or loss incident occur.|
Q: How would the plan work if the device is accidentally dropped and the damage is such that it needed to be replaced?
|A: By enrolling in the Protection Plan, families would not have any out of pocket cost for any damage or replacement repair for the first accident claim.|
Q: What happens if the device is damaged a second and third time?
|A: Subsequent damage to the Chromebook after the first documented claim will result in the following charges:|
- Second incident of damage: Student will be charged $50
- Third incident of damage: Student will be charged $100
Q: If I've paid into this plan, what happens if the device is lost or stolen?
|A: If the Chromebook is stolen or lost, it will be replaced at no expense to the student or family. Subsequent instances of a stolen or lost Chromebook will result in the following fines:|
- Second loss of Chromebook: $150 fine
- Third loss and beyond of Chromebook: $300 full replacement cost
If the Chromebook is stolen, the Beaverton School District will require a police report to be filed. Fraudulent reporting of the theft will be turned over to the local law enforcement agency for investigation. Students making a false report may also be subject to disciplinary action.
Q: If I've paid into this plan, what if the power cord is lost?
|A: The replacement cost for a power cord is $15 if purchased through the school and is not covered by this plan. Students are responsible for purchasing a new cord at the full replacement cost. The cord must be purchased from the school.|
Q : We have two children at the high school. Do we need to purchase separate plans for each device?
|A: Yes. The fee is $20 per school year per Chromebook, up to a maximum of $60 per school year per family. The fee is $10 for families who qualify for the free or reduced meal benefits program ($30 maximum per school year per family who qualifies for meal benefits).|