Chromebook Are Available Now!

Chromebooks are available NOW!
Posted on 08/01/2022

How to check out a DCSS learning device for 2022-23?
Step 1:
A Douglas County School System learning device user agreement form must be completed before a student receives a learning device. Parents/Guardians, please digital sign the agreement by completing the form on this link: DCSS Learning Device User Agreement Link

Step 2: The district has a $25 Student Technology Fee PER DEVICE to cover the cost of possible damage and replacement as well as regular annual refurbishment.  You may pay the fee in the following ways:
Online Payment: 
LSHS Chromebook Rental Link
Cash (exact amount)
 Payment Arrangement
- Please contact your grade level administrator prior to coming in to pick up the device.     

*9th Grade - [email protected]

*10th Grade - [email protected]
*11th Grade - [email protected]
*12th Grade - [email protected]
Step 3: Bring receipt of payment to the media center staff to receive the device.  Steps 1 and 2 must be completed before you arrive to pick up your device. (All devices are required to be returned at the end of the 2022-23 school year.) 

                                                              Media Center Staff Contact Information: 
                                                                        [email protected]
[email protected]
770-651-6825

The Douglas County School System (DCSS) is committed to our mission, vision, and goals and to providing the resources and support necessary for student and teacher success.

DCSS believes that to succeed in the 21st century and compete in a global community, students must be:

  • digitally literate;
  • strong critical-thinkers;
  • strong problem-solvers;
  • able to collaborate;
  • connected to the world around them.
The one-to-one technology initiative provides students with individual learning devices so they may develop these skills in the classroom and practice them outside of the classroom. Enhanced, authentic learning experiences facilitated by digital learning platforms create new opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery of state standards.

Our one-to-one technology initiative is being implemented to remove barriers for students’ ability to access instructional materials from school and home. 
While digital devices serve to enhance learning experiences for all students, guidelines for use are essential to ensure safety and continuity of services. Parents/guardians and students are required to review and agree to the following requirements and guidelines:
  • DCSS Annual Technology Fee - $25
  • DCSS Student and Parent School Handbook
  • DCSS One-to-One Resource Guide
  • DCSS Terms and Conditions for Use of Individual Learning Device
  • DCSS Digital Citizenship pledge
Please click on the following link to learn more about our Student Technology Initiative, Chromebook Information and Guidelines.pdf.
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