WRHS Chromebook 1 to 1 Program

Google Apps & Chromebooks 1 to 1 Program at WRHS

Since October of 2014, the Winnisquam Regional School District has provided every 9th grade student with a Chromebook. Students have access to their Chromebooks 24/7, while in school, at home, or anywhere there is Internet access.

A Chromebook is a personal computer running Google Chrome OS as its operating system. Chromebooks are designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web. Chromebooks also have Google products built-in and, within seconds of logging in, students can access their G Suite Apps account at home or in school.

WRHS is a G Suite for Education (Formerly known as Google Apps For Education, GAFE) school. Each student and member of the faculty and staff have a G Suite account. G Suite is an integrated communication and collaboration solution, hosted by Google and managed by the Winnisquam Regional School District. G Suite presents the ability for WRHS students, faculty, and staff to communicate, store files, and collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in real time from school, work, or home. G Suite serves as the foundation for the high school’s digital ecosystem. A benefit of moving to Chromebooks is the fluid integration of these Google products. Students will have complete access to their G Suite account and the numerous assistive tools embedded into each application

Before receiving a device students and parents are required to review a series of documents that outline the responsibilities and policies of the program listed under the left side menu. The Mobile Device Agreement is the sign-off form required to participate in the program.

If you have any questions regarding the 1:1 program please reach out to WRHS at (603) 286-4531.

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