MMS Chromebooks

Tech Times

Mrs. Wylie is available to help with your Chromebook questions in room G-120 (8th grade hall) from 8:15 - 8:45 AM every morning for Chromebook help.

For immediate help during the school day, ask your teacher to email or call Mrs. Wylie to make an appointment before going to her room. Appointments can be made after 9:30 AM.

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Chromebook Help

For student tech support on school-issued devices, call 355-HELP(4357).

In-person Students

Students can get Chromebook assistance in Mrs. Wylie's room (G-120 on the 8th grade hall) during Tech Time from 8:15-8:45 AM on school days. Additional Chromebook help may be requested by scheduling an appointment after 9:30 AM.

If a Chromebook requires repair, they will be supplied with a loaner device until their assigned device is repaired. Once repaired, students will receive an email notifying them that their device is ready and to return their borrowed device to Mrs. Wylie he next school day.

Virtual Students

Virtual students may bring Chromebooks in need of repair to the MT Anderson Support Center for repair and to receive a loaner device.

Support Center Hours

Once repaired, Chromebooks will be returned to the student’s home school. The school staff will then contact the student to notify them that the Chromebook is available for pickup. 

Chromebooks must be picked up in the front office of Mauldin Middle School between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM. They should not be picked up at MT Anderson. Please bring the borrowed Chromebook and charger to trade back out. Students will not get their repaired device back without first returning all borrowed items.

Expectations for Students

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GCSD Technology

Greenville County Schools is pleased to be able to provide a device for every student to use in the classroom and at home to enhance their educational experience. Greenville County teachers are preparing students for jobs and careers that will be heavily focused on technology. For students, the ability to use technology efficiently to get work done, creatively to produce work and effectively to communicate and collaborate with others will be critical to survive the 21st Century workplace.

We live in a century defined by change. Many political and socioeconomic factors that have limited the economies of parts of the world have slowly been removed while huge technological advances have been made, allowing universal access to the flattening power of the Internet. Ubiquitous access to the Internet has shifted the demand on American students to develop skills that prepare them for more than the traditional workplace. Students in America today are no longer alone in competing for jobs in America.

Greenville County believes that it is our responsibility to prepare students for all paths of life including future education and future careers, especially careers that do not exist currently. We believe we must provide students with the skills necessary to adapt to change in a century that has seen change more rapidly than any previous century.

Personalized Learning

It is the goal of Greenville County Schools to prepare students for the future, even though the future is unknown. We must provide students with the tools necessary to adapt and change in a world that changes rapidly. The Personalized Learning Initiative will: