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Chromebook Repair

Put in a repair ticket request, then bring device to the media center.

how to do a help ticket



Q:  Can my student change the desktop wallpaper?

A:  Students can change the wallpaper through the settings, which can be found by clicking on the battery symbol in the bottom right of the page.

Q:  Can my student work on their math homework if we do not have internet connection at home?

A:  Yes!  Students need to have downloaded the assignments at school.  Once home students need to turn the WIFI off, which can be done by clicking on the icon on the right side of the shelf.  This will prevent the computer for continually searching for a WIFI connection.  They can then connect to their Go Math player on the shelf and work on their assignments.  Once they return to school and open their Chromebook to reconnect to school WIFI, their assignment will turn in.

see link for more details



Using the Chromebook at Home – Troubleshooting Tips

Resource to help with working offline on google drive, wirless connectivity, goMath, etc

Chromebook Training Video

For families that could not attend distribution day

*Students and parent who were not able to attend one of Schoo’s Chromebook Training Sessions may watch the video by clicking the link below.


Working Offline (LPS tips)



Parents Guide to Guiding Students Online

Following are resources that may be of interest to parents. 

  • Parent Concerns” from Common Sense Media
    Online advice for parents about screen time, cyberbullying, website evaluation, etc.

  • Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online” from onguardonline.gov
    Downloadable PDF with advice for parents about talk to their children about their digital lives.

  • Parent Concerns in a 1:1 iPad Initiative” by Sandy Kendell, EdTechSandyK
    Blog post about the impact of school 1:1 initiatives on home life. Key Points: Communicate with your child’s teachers. Communicate with your child and set limits. Put supportive structures in place at home. Give it time.

Google Calendar and Google Classroom

Google calendar will be used for due dates, tests, events, etc.

Google classroom is a tool for turning in and handing out assignments.  

See the video below!



*stay organized- check assignments on synergy and google classroom

*Keep track of dates- use google calendar

*create a routine- have a plan to get work done around sports, clubs and other committments

*prioroitize homework- attend 8th period if you need help, 

*have all your study materials-  be sure to download and homework BEFORE you leave the wifi at school if necessary

*find a quiet place- work in the library on homework until 4pm (get a pass from teacher to use your chromebook)


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