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All Burnsville High School seniors and all Burnsville Alternative High School students must return their Chromebook personal learning devices at the end of the school year. Other students who know they will not be returning to BHS or BAHS next year should also return their Chromebooks.
At Burnsville High School
Tables will be set up in the school media center on Tuesday, June 6 from 10:42 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During that time period, seniors who no longer need their Chromebooks for academic purposes may be dismissed so they can go through the return process.
Students can also turn in their Chromebooks in the BHS main office on Thursday, June 8 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
You should bring both your Chromebook and your charger.
If you do not return your Chromebook and charger, you will be charged for replacement and will not be able to participate in commencement if those charges are not paid.
At Burnsville Alternative High School
ALL BAHS students will turn in their Chromebooks (not just seniors). BAHS Chromebooks will be collected on Monday, June 5 and Tuesday, June 6 from 10-11 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Students will come down to the commons areas with their classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I need my Chromebook for summer school/credit recovery?
Turn in your Chromebook now. You will be able to check out a temporary Chromebook for use during your summer program.
What if I can't find my charger?
If you lost your charger or don't turn it in with your Chromebook, you will be charged $15 to replace it. That charge must be paid before you can participate in commencement.
Can I still access my 191 Google account?
Yes. Student accounts remain active and accessible for 6 months after a student graduates or withdraws from the district. We recommend you create your own personal Google account and transfer your documents, photos and any other materials you've created during your time in District 191. More information about taking your Google files with you
What if I lost/damaged my Chromebook?
Typical wear and tear or accidental damage to the Chromebook will not result in charges. The district reserves the right to charge for the entire replacement cost ($280) if negligence is determined. Examples of negligence include, but are not limited to losing or destroying your Chromebook.
Seriously, I won't get to walk at graduation?