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If something is wrong with your Chromebook, please write a work order as soon as possible. If you cannot write the work order because your Chromebook does not work, please ask a teacher or fellow student to write the work order. To write a work order, send an email to chshelp@cpsreds.org.

All work orders must include:

  • Your name
  • Description of the problem: the more descriptive you are, the better

Please do not go to the library or directly to a tech; it will not solve your problem faster. We prioritize issues as the work orders are received.

General Information

Link to the 1:1 flyer, last updated 10/2/19

Link to the Device Agreement

Purpose: Each CHS student will be assigned a Chromebook (CB) for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. Students are expected to carry it from class to class. With parent or guardian permission, they will have the opportunity to take the CB home. CBs require wifi for the full services; we cannot provide wifi to homes at this time.

Students without permission will store their Chromebooks in the Chrome Depot staffed by the Library Media Center. It will be checked out before 1st hour and returned before 3:45 pm. Student ID badge will be verified for pick up. The library inventory system is used to track the Chromebooks.

There are no loaner CBs for students who have not brought their device to school.

Benefits:

  • A 1:1 system (1 student to 1 Chromebook) requires fewer devices than our current system
  • Students will not be affected by CBs damaged by other students
  • Vandalism or malicious damage of CBs will be reduced

Chrome Depot:

  • Chromebooks  will be securely stored overnight
  • Central location for students with CB issues will decrease site tech load and turnover time 
  • Students with CB issues requiring a help ticket will be given a loaner CB. An email will be sent when the issue is resolved.
     

Most Chromebook damage is to the screen or keyboard. Individual keys can’t be replaced on the CB, a replacement keyboard can cost from $40-$100. A screen can cost up to $200 (touchscreen).

Intentional or repeated damage or repeated failure to bring the Chromebook to school will result in a disciplinary referral.

 

Consequences
If a student intentionally or repeatedly breaks their Chromebook... Payment for repair or new device ⇨ ISD ⇨ Check out older CB only ⇨ No CB
If a student repeatedly does not bring their Chromebook... Student loses privilege of taking CB home
If a student fails to check CB back into library... Check out older CB only ⇨ No CB
If a student does not return their CB before leaving Clinton Public Schools.. Police report will be filed with CPS asking for payment/replacement
Alternative methods of payment will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

 

If something is wrong, please write a work order as soon as possible. If you cannot write the work order because your Chromebook does not work, please ask a teacher or fellow student to write the work order. To write a work order, send an email to chshelp@cpsreds.org.

All work orders must include:

  • Your name
  • Description of the problem: the more descriptive you are, the better

Please do not go to the library or directly to a tech; it will not solve your problem faster. We prioritize issues as the work orders are received.

Your username should be your lunch number@clintonokschools.org. For example: 1234@clintonokschools.org.

Your password should be your lunchnumber+Lastname. Your first name is capitalized. For example: 1234Gonzales or 1234Smith. 

If your password was reset it is DayoftheweekNumberdate! such Tuesday08!  Once you login, a password change is forced so the student may pick their own password.

If your password was reset it is DayoftheweekNumberdate! such Tuesday08!  Once you login, a password change is forced so the student may pick their own password.

Select opt-out on this form. You may opt back in later.

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When printing to the library printer, please remember to only print school-related and school-appropriate files.

Following the steps below will let you print from your school account. You may print from a Chromebook or a mobile device using a Chrome browser with the Google Docs apps. 

1. Go to bit.ly/chsprint

2. Click on "Add Printer."

3. When you print, make sure to pick the Library Copier.

okcollegestart.org

Username is your school email. Password is Clinton. Reset your password after the first time.

Login info for OKCollegeStart

All students are issued a Chromebook unless they have opted out or have a device through their Western Plains Technology Center program.

In order to check out an iPad, (1) your parents must agree at enrollment and (2) you must sign an agreement in the library.

You may check out iPad from the library. All devices come with a charger. Checkout is 9 weeks maximum; you may renew the device as long as you bring it to the library so we can physically check on it. If you turn in a device early, you are not guaranteed that device. Overdue devices will be locked.

 

We currently use 2 list: Granger and Standard. Both are listed below. When you request an iPad, we will need to know which list you would like to use.

Standard Granger

Google Drive
Gmail
Google Chrome
Google Docs
Google Slides
Keynote
Garage Band
Google Classroom
iTunes U
Pages
iMovie
Paper53
Vimeo
iMovie
I-nigma
Stage
Clips
Hoopla
Overdrive
Libby
BrainFuse
Open eBooks
 

Google Drive
Gmail
Google Chrome
Google Docs
Google Slides
Keynote
Garage Band
Google Classroom
iTunes U
Pages
iMovie
Paper53
Vimeo
iMovie
I-nigma
Stage
Clips
Hoopla
Overdrive
Libby
BrainFuse
Open eBooks
Hoot Suite
Doceri
Iwritingpad
Acorn TV
PBS Video
Vittle Lite
SmartCast
9 Weather
 

 

A few of you have had students use the chshelp@cpsreds.org to receive assistance with their Infinite Campus login.  Thank you.  This allows us to assist them and also track the issues facing you and our students better.  I do ask a few favors of you.  

1. If you have a student submit a helpdesk ticket for Infinite Campus, have them use their school email account.  That is the one that should be associated with their IC account.

2.  Have them cc you in the email.  This will help them in the long run.  A few of them have requested help, but do not read the followup email with the instructions.  If you have them cc you, you will also get the followup email to reference and eliminate any excuses they might try to use.

3.  Please have them include their name and what they are having trouble with as part of the email body.  There are a few that don't put their name in the email and some of the names do not show up as part of their email address.  This adds a few extra steps when we try to assist them because we need to look up their name before we are able to work on their problem.