1:1 Chromebook Program

Welcome to the homepage of Nashoba's 1:1 Chromebook program. Students in grades 7 through 12 are provided a Chromebook to use at school and home. Later in the Fall of 2018 grade 6 students will also be taking their Chromebooks home.

A dedicated mobile device offers students anytime, anywhere access to rich educational resources and 21st century learning experiences that align with the Massachusetts curriculum frameworks. Consistent access to a mobile device ensures that students are provided opportunities to use technology to create, collaborate, communicate and think critically. A 1:1 environment empowers students and teachers to leverage a world of resources in their learning. The Nashoba Regional School District is committed to providing authentic and enriching academic experiences through student use of digital tools for research, innovation and problem-solving in preparation for future educational opportunities and careers.

New This Year: Updated Procedure for Chromebook Repairs at the High School only

High School students who need technical assistance with their Chromebook are to report to the High School Library Media Center between the hours of 7:30 am and 11:30 am with their Chromebook. During these hours there will be a Technology Support Staff (TSS) in the Technology Office in the Library with the exception of Thursdays. On Thursdays, the hours are 7:30 am to 10:00 am.

Repair Process:

The TSS will examine the Chromebook and log a WebHelp Desk ticket to document the issue.
If possible, the TSS will try to resolve the issue on the same day. If it cannot be resolved, the student will be provided a loaner Chromebook.
When the Chromebook repair is completed, students will be notified using their school email (mynrsd.com).
Students are expected to check their email on a daily basis when their Chromebook has been turned in for repair.
To ensure that loaners are tracked and returned, they will be disabled after two days of the student being notified the repair is ready to be picked up. Students must bring the loaner back in order to receive the repaired Chromebook.
Any malicious damage to Chromebooks will be documented and parents / guardians will be responsible for the cost of repairs or replacement as stated in the Procedures and Guidelines for 1:1 Chromebook Use: A Resource for Students and Parents/Guardians. In these cases, a loaner Chromebook will not be provided until payments are received.

Parent Presentation: October 18, 2018

2017: End of Year Three of the Program Educator and Student Comments

2015: End of Year One of the Program Survey Responses