Chromebook Resources

Mary E. Volz is a 1:1 school building! Every student attending Volz has their own Chromebook. Students in grades 5-8 take their Chromebooks home with them while students in grade 4 have access to their device all school day.

When the Chromebook goes home with students they are primarily to be used for homework and school purposes. Being a fully functional computer, once homework is done, it is up to parents to choose what is an appropriate use of this technology at home. Mary E. Volz Middle School recommends setting up a content filter on your home network in order to limit student access to certain material that can be found online. Beyond that we recommend always having a trusted adult present while your student surfs the internet from any device. You are the final arbiter of what is appropriate online behavior at home while teachers and administration decides on appropriateness for school.

If you decide that this is not an acceptable arrangement you may choose to have your student only use the Chromebook in school and not be able to take it home.

A great resource to check if you are unsure about the appropriateness of a website, video game, or app is Common Sense Media.

For more information about district policy on the Chromebooks please see the Chromebook User Agreement below.

Broken Chromebook Student Report Form

A Guardians Guide To Chromebooks

Abridged AUP and Chromebook Permission: This must be signed by both the student and parent/guardian before a Chromebook will be issued.

Policy 2360 - Use of Technology

Policy 2361 Acceptable Use of Technology

Regulation 2361 Acceptable Use of Technology