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PerL 1:1 (Personalized Learning): Elementary Schools

Elementary Summary

5th grade students will receive a Chromebook from their homeroom teacher either the first or second week of school. Forms and fees will be collected during Open House nights the week before school starts.

Step 1

Sign Agreement

 

Step 2

Pay Fee

Step 3

See school distribution dates

Pick up

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

Receiving a Chromebook

Chromebooks in 5th Grade

Students will receive a Chromebook from their homeroom teacher either the first or second week of school. 

The Parent Use Agreement will be collected during Open House nights the week before school starts.

  • Paper copies will be provided at the Open House. If possible, please access the form, print and bring to school with the signature of both the student and parent/guardian.
  • The Parent Home Use Agreement must be signed before the Chromebook can be issued.

The insurance fee payment will be collected at the Open House nights the week before school starts.

  • Please pay insurance fee online if possible. Online payment can be made anytime after August 1, 2017. Print and bring a copy of the payment receipt with you.
  •  Insurance fee may be paid with credit card, cash or check at the Open House. 
  • The insurance fee must also be paid before the Chromebook is issued.
   

Check information from your school for the schedule your school's Open House.

Insurance

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 charger and case are not covered by the insurance.

  • If your Chromebook is stolen, provide evidence that a police report was filed.  

  • Damage caused by misuse is not covered by district insurance.

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

The insurance fee covers the first incident of accidental damage. Deductibles apply to subsequent claims.

 

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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