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One-to-One Student Devices
Students use varying models of Chromebooks depending on grade level. These devices are lightweight and inexpensive, and provide students access to the internet, their Google accounts and other web-based applications, including district resources such as Seesaw and our online learning system, Schoology.
Students are each given a Chromebook that they use in school and take home each day for their personal academic work (one-to-one). The device that students receive includes a touch-screen along with a keyboard so it also acts as a tablet.
Chromebooks are used on a one-to-one basis, with responsibility for and access to the device growing over the year. Students do not keep the devices over the summer before entering 6th grade.
Chromebooks are available in classrooms at a one-to-one ratio. Students do not take the devices home.
Chromebooks are available in classrooms at a ratio of two students to one device (2-to-1). Students in grades K-2 use a tablet version of the device, which is designed to be lighter and easier to use for younger students.