Chromebook Forms and Online Payments
1:1 Chromebook Program for middle, mid high and high school students
The cost for Chromebook insurance will remain the same—$30 per student and $10 for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. The first repair claim is fully covered by the insurance. The second claim requires a $25 co-pay ($5 for free or reduced lunch students) and the third claim (and all future claims) will require the parent/guardian to pay the full cost of the repairs.
Parents/guardians will receive a notification each time their child’s Chromebook is sent in for repair. This form will need to be signed and returned to school. Students will not receive their repaired Chromebooks until the form is returned.
Device Care and Expectations
In a continued effort to reduce the number of Chromebook repairs needed, students will complete a 20 minute online training that explains how to care for their Chromebook. This includes carrying and cleaning the device and how to use it efficiently.
Increased Protection for Chromebooks
Lake Stevens School District is purchasing Belkin Always-On Slim cases for every middle school student to start the year. It is imperative that students have their Chromebooks in cases at all times. These cases will likely be implemented at Cavelero and Lake Stevens High School in the future.
All students will continue to receive monthly lessons in Digital Citizenship throughout the coming school year. Our staff members are also receiving continual professional learning around Digital Citizenship. This is a great time to review these important lessons with your child. Digital Citizenship curriculum
You can pay for school purchases and Chromebook optional insurance using the online payments system. You will need your Skyward Family Access Login and Password to access the options available. With your parent login, you can access student accounts/information for multiple schools.
Technology levy funds cover the cost of the Chromebook, licensing and infrastructure. Insurance covers the cost of any accidental damage to a student's school-issued Chromebook and allows the district to purchase loaner devices for students experiencing problems.
For questions, or more information, please call the district office at 425-335-1500.