Chromebook Information and Resources
From the Responsible Use of Technology document: At the beginning of each school year, all students in grades 6-12 are automatically enrolled in the District’s Chromebook Damage/Loss Protection Program. The fee for enrolling in the program is $20 per school year per Chromebook. This fee is charged to the student’s account at the beginning of each year. 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.
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. Families can use the District’s Online Payment System to pay this and other fees and fines.
District Chromebook Information Page
Chromebook Charger Information:
Chromebook chargers are not covered under the Damage/Loss program. If a replacement is needed, the school will have some available to purchase for $20.