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PerL 1:1 (Personalized Learning): Armstrong High School

AHS Summary

Students or Parents/Guardians pick up Chromebooks at Armstrong High School between August 11 and August 30. (See below.)

Step 1

Save Time!  Access form online

Sign Agreement


Step 2

From August 1, 2016:  Pay insurance fee online

Pay Fee

Get ready: If you don't have an Infinite Campus log in, click here for more information on creating a Parent Portal account. This account will provide you with access to both Infinite Campus and Schoology.

 Please note that the insurance fee covers only the Chromebook, not accessories (charging cord, case, strap, pouch.)

Step 3

See school distribution dates

Pick up

  • Chromebook distribution is scheduled at each school.
  • Bring signed Parent and Student Home Use Agreement
  • Bring insurance fee or receipt for online payment

Armstrong Distribution Schedule

Pick up your Chromebook

Students or a parent/guardian may pick up a Chromebook on any of the dates below. Start the process at the foyer for the auditorium. Staff and volunteers will provide further instructions.

Before attending a distribution event, ensure that the Parent and Student Home Use Agreement has been signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. If the form is not signed, you will be asked to return another time.
The insurance fee must also be paid before the Chromebook is issued. You may bring payment (cash, check or credit card) to a distribution event. Save time by paying online. Print and bring a copy of the payment receipt with you.


 Date   Time
 Thursday, August 11   8 - 3
 Friday, August 12   8 - 3
 Wednesday, August 24 (Habrá un intérprete de español)  10 - 7
 Tuesday, August 30  8 - 3



About the insurance fee

In an effort to protect families from unknown expenses that may occur from theft or accidental damage while the Chromebook is in the care of your child, the district is insuring the Chromebook. 

The fee is $37 per year per student. If the student qualifies for free or reduced price meals, the fee is reduced to $22.

What is a Chromebook?

Chromebook Care (small version)

Options for Internet Access

Find affordable options for Internet access at PCs for People (651-354-2552). 

This non-profit organization provides low-cost internet to families who qualify for free or reduced lunch at school.

Hennepin County Library provides free wi-fi at all locations.

USI wireless provided free wifi at many locations for residents of Minneapolis.

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