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No, the chromebook will be capable for the students to do their work.
No, students are not allowed to bring their own devices to school.
With certain applications, students can work offline (without internet access). Google Docs is an application that students can use and work offline. Please look at the resource, "Working offline" for more information.
If you do not have internet access at home, it is possible to either come to school early, stay after school, or work at a public library or another site with accessible wifi. Students may be able to do certain tasks offline.
The student and the parent/guardian may be responsible for damages. Please use the Help Center link above to access the D70 Help Center. For approximate costs for damages, see the next FAQ
The approximate costs of parts (does not include labor which may apply) are
Yes, you can clean up your folders and delete items at the end of the year you don't need. However, do not delete the folder called Classroom or the folders in it. This works with an application we use in the classroom and should never be moved or tampered with. At the end of the year, the folders inside can be deleted if you don't want the work but the classroom folder should be kept intact.
Student devices will not be able to access social media sites while they are at home. The district has filtered social media sites and apps.,
The district’s filtering software will apply both on and off campus. But, it is still the parents’ responsibility to monitor usage at home. It is not perfect.,
This year 6th graders are piloting the Access 1 to 1 Chromebook Pilot. We hope in the future this will be a success so other grade levels will have the same opportunity.