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Chromebook 1:1 InitiativeTop of Page

Regional School District 13's One to One (1:1) initiative spans grades 7 - 12. Students in these grades are given a Chromebook to use for the duration of their time at Strong Middle School and Coginchaug Regional High School. This initiative supports district student engagement goals as students will have the tools to research and collaborate with each other and with their teachers within each class and at home.

Student Responsibility and Optional Protection ProgramTop of Page

Students are expected to take care of their Chromebooks as they would any other Instructional Equipment. They are responsible for any damage they cause to their assigned device such as, but not limited to:
  • broken screens
  • broken keys
  • lost/broke power cord
  • chassis damage due to drops or abuse
  • broken USB and headphone ports
Students/parents are not responsible for normal wear and tear damage such as surface scratches, or for manufacturer defects.

The school's media center is the first line of defense for any broken Chromebook. Student's with Chromebook issues will turn in the device to the school's media center, which will generate a ticket for it to be serviced. In the meantime, the student will be given a loaner Chromebook to work on. Serious damage to a Chromebook will result in a repair invoice being sent home. To offset the potential cost of repairs the district offers a Chromebook Optional Protection Program. Full details of the program are sent home via ParentSquare at the start of the school year, or when a new student is enrolled in the district later in the year.

Grades 9-12 Chromebook ProgramTop of Page

At Coginchaug Regional High School, 9th graders are issued new Chromebooks to be used all four years of high school. Students hold onto their assigned device and charger over the summer. Devices are collected prior to receiving their cap and gown, or when a student withdraws from the district.

Grades 7 & 8 Chromebook ProgramTop of Page

At Strong Middle School students are issued Chromebooks in 7th grade and return them at the end of 8th grade, or when a student withdraws from the district. These Chromebooks are then tested, repaired, and reissued in working condition to the next incoming 7th grade.
 
Please note that students/parents are not responsible for normal wear and tear damage such as surface scratches, or for manufacturer defects.

QuestionsTop of Page

Please contact the main office of your student's school with questions about Chromebooks and/or any other student technology.