The 1:1 Laptop Computer Program Agreement Form
-The 1:1 Laptop Computer Program (one laptop to one student) supports the course of studies and affords students equitable access to hardware, software and network resources. The laptop is a technology tool for learning and developing communication, collaboration and problem solving skills necessary for participation and leadership in a global community. Like our Honor Code, intentional and meaningful technology use in the course of studies and student activities engages students in digital citizenship.

-Students are assigned a laptop that provides wireless access to the Internet and campus network resources along with software, ongoing training, laptop support and maintenance. The laptop assigned to each student is the property of St. Paul School The laptop is for the student’s use during the school year. Students in Grades 6-8 use the laptop 24/7 and are expected to bring it to school each day (fully charged) and use it for homework.

-Seventh and eighth grade students will begin using their laptops in class the very first day of school if they have attended and completed the Laptop Orientation classes. Those who have completed the orientation we also be allowed to take them for home use as well. Each student is personally responsible for the care and use of the laptop issued to them. The laptop must be returned by summer vacation for upgrades and maintenance.

-The primary item needed at home is a connection to an Internet Service Provider. A high-speed cable or DSL connection is highly suggested.

I am a parent/student:
Parent Name, Student Name(s) and Grade Level Information
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Student 1 Name
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Student 2 Name
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Student's Grade Level
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Guidelines for Appropriate Laptop Use
To help you become responsible users of technology, we would like you to make thoughtful decisions about your technology use. Put your technology use to the test with these guiding questions:
-+- When in class, is my technology use class-related?
-+- When on campus, is my use of network resources responsible? In other words, my technology use does not negatively impact the performance and/or security of network resources and other users.
-+- At all times, is my technology use honorable? The handbook includes a Citizenship and Discipline section which states the consequences for misuse and inappropriate use of technology.

St. Paul School does not condone inappropriate use of technology, nor use of technology for illegal activity and you will receive disciplinary consequences. The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) provides guidelines for all technology users at St. Paul School. The AUP can be submitted online at (The AUP is also included in the St. Paul School Student/Parent Handbook.) This policy MUST be submitted for all parents and students in order for the students to be allowed to use the school resources..

I understand and agree to the above guidelines.
I understand
Student 1
Student 2
-+- Come to school with laptop fully charged daily;
-+- Bring laptop and charger to school every day;
-+- Abide by the Acceptable Use Policy of St. Paul School;
-+- Use appropriate care and handling of the laptop;
-+- Seek assistance with laptop problems;
-+- Return loaner equipment promptly;
-+- Home Internet access;
-+- Students are responsible for backing up work to GoogleApps.

Students will:
- use laptop every day in your academic course of study:
- e-mail:
---- Check your GoogleApps Mailbox daily during the school year.
---- Read your e-mail daily and respond if necessary within 24 hours.
- for taking notes,
- completing homework,
- Internet research
----- Access course content and resources;
----- Organize course content on laptops;
----- View assessment calendars;
----- Organize concepts with graphic organizers;
----- Communicate;
----- Collaborate;
----- Solve problems;
----- Engage in Digital Citizenship;
----- Create authentic products to demonstrate knowledge and understanding.
----- Submit work to teachers in electronic format by sharing documents, or by sending them via email as attachments;

I understand and agree to the above expectations.
I understand
Student 1
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