Technology Department


All technical support will be addressed and handled through the District Technology Department.

For Students: 

  • High School - Students may bring their device to the High School Technology Office for technical support. 
  • Middle School - Students may ask their teacher to submit a ticket for technical support. 
  • Elementary Schools - Students may ask their teacher to submit a ticket for technical support. 
For Parents:
  • For all grade levels - Parents may send an email to the Technology Team for technical support.

Chromebook Technology Policies

The rules/regulations associated with the Chromebook 1:1 are provided so both students and parents are aware of the responsibilities present when in possession of and using a district-owned device. Violations of these rules and regulations will result in appropriate disciplinary action.

        Technology use must 

  1.             Support learning
  2.             Follow local, state & federal law
  3.             Be appropriate for school
        Security Reminders 
  1.             Do not share Chromebooks, logins or passwords
  2.             Follow Internet safety guidelines
        Students are prohibited from 
  1.             Purposely damaging school-issued equipment in any way
  2.             Intentional damage will be repaired or replaced with family responsibility for the cost  

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if a student forgets their Chromebook? Will there be loaners available?
What happens if there are technical issues with a Chromebook?
What if a student forgets to charge their Chromebook?
What happens if a charger is lost or stolen?
What happens if the Chromebook is lost or stolen?
Will students have full internet access at home?
Will students have access to the webcam?
Will students be allowed to download apps and extensions?
Will student files be saved when they turn in their Chromebooks for repair?
Do parents need to sign the Student AUP?
Can I keep the Chromebook over the summer?

Digital Citizenship Links

Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century.

The Media Education Lab  at the University of Rhode Island advances media literacy education through research and community service, to create free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages, knowledge, skills and competencies.

Stop.Think.Connect. is a national public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the understanding of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online.