Dear Parents and Students, welcome to the 2018-2019 school year. Cedar Park students grades 6-8 will have access to a 1:1 Chromebook to use for school work at home and at school. Please reference this page for Chromebook Support, and Chromebook Related Forms.
Chromebook Orientation Video
Getting a Chromebook on Wolf Day
On August 16th, 2018 the second annual CPMS Wolf Day will take place at Cedar Park. 7th and 8th grade students will be able to pick up their chromebooks during Wolf Day, all students will be able to purchase chromebook cases and covers to protect their device throughout the school year. CPMS will have hard cases ($20) and zipper neoprene or canvas sleeves ($10) available for Purchase for all grade levels. We highly reccomend the purchase of a protect case for your students chromebook.
6th grade students will not be picking up their chromebook at Wolf Day. Chromebooks will be issued to 6th grade students after digital citzenship and chromebook orientation.
Getting a Chromebook after Wolf Day
If your family was unable to attend Wolf Day, 7th and 8th grade students may pick up their chromebook from the Library before or after school during the first week of school.
Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program
All students will be automatically enrolled in the Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program. A $20 fee has been charged to your students account and is payable through the Online Payment System . 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.
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.
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.
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.
Who to ask for Chromebook Help?
|Library Instructional Technology Teacher (LITT)||Technology Support Specialist (TSS)||Library Media Assistant|