Chromebook Help

Most students in grades 6-12 have been issued a take-home Chromebook

For students in special programs with cart-based Chromebooks, the teachers will arrange for any appropriate checkouts if needed to support their Distance Learning model. 6th graders and new-to-district students who did not pickup their Chromebook at registration should go to the office at their home school when classes begin on August 13.

Elementary virtual students

There will be checkouts of Chromebooks to virtual elementary school students when school starts, probably via drive-throughs at home school sites on Thursday, August 13. Principals or virtual teachers should be contacting parents with details once those are worked out.

What do I when my Chromebook malfunctions?

    1. Try soft rebooting your Chromebook by holding down the refresh key ↻ while you press the power button.

    2. If that doesn't help, try hard rebooting your Chromebook by pressing and holding the power button until it shuts down. Wait a bit and boot it up fresh.

What if my Chromebook and/or charger is damaged/missing?

After classes begin on August 13, take your device to the library at your home school.

What Chrome apps & extensions can I use?

See the spreadsheet of extensions we allow students to install. A tab on that sheet also shows allowed Android apps you can install and use in Google Play.

What accessibility features are available?

How do I make a Google Doc/Sheet/Slide editable offline?

How can I print from a Chromebook?