Student JS-E2 Chromebook Agreement
This is for Students only. Each student is required to complete the digital agreement before using UCS technology. If you are unable to complete this digital version, you can download, print and submit a paper copy of the JS-E Technology Use Agreement (https://bit.ly/3v5i29F).

Parent /Guardian Technology Use Agreement can be found under the For Parents section on the Union Colony Schools webpage or by clicking on this link: (https://bit.ly/3yrEhaw).

By your digital signature at the end of the form, you acknowledge and agree to the JS - Student Use of the Internet and Electronic Communications Policy (https://bit.ly/3dfg4xh) and JS-E Technology Use Agreement (https://bit.ly/3v5i29F). In addition, you understand and agree to the following policies specific to Chromebooks.
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Ownership of the Chromebook
Union Colony Schools retains sole right of possession of the Chromebook. The Chromebooks are loaned to the students for educational purposes only for the academic year. Chromebooks will be returned at the end of each school year for maintenance and updates during the summer. Moreover, UC administrative staff and faculty retain the right to collect and/or inspect Chromebooks at any time, including via electronic remote access and to alter, add or delete installed software or hardware.
Responsibility for the Chromebook
Students are solely responsible for the Chromebooks issued to them and must adhere to the following:

     ●      Students must comply with the Student Use of the Internet and Electronic Communications  (JS*) when using their Chromebooks (https://bit.ly/3Pg0i2M)

     ●      High school students must bring their Chromebooks to school every day and make sure it is fully charged. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action. (Note: A fully charged Chromebook should last at least 8 hours.)

     ●      Students must treat their device with care and never leave it in an unsecured location.

     ●      Students must keep their device in a protective case or backpack when traveling.

     ●      Students must promptly report any problems with their Chromebook by notifying school personnel.

     ●      Students may not remove or interfere with the serial number and other identification tags.

     ●      Students may not attempt to remove or change the physical structure of the Chromebook, including the keys, screen cover or plastic casing.

     ●      Students may not attempt to install or run any operating system on the Chromebook other than the ChromeOS operating system supported by UC.

     ●      Students must keep their device clean.
Spare Equipment and Lending
If a student’s Chromebook is inoperable, the school has a limited number of spare devices for use while the student’s Chromebook is repaired or replaced. This agreement remains in effect for loaner computers. The student may not opt to keep an inoperable Chromebook to avoid doing class work due to loss or damage. If a student does not bring his/her Chromebook to school, the student may be required to borrow a device from the school based on the direction from his/her teacher. Disciplinary action may result for failure to bring a fully charged Chromebook to school.
Warranty and Insurance
Union Colony Schools will repair or replace damaged equipment resulting from normal use. All other breakages will be the responsibility of the student and charged to the student. The school will make its best attempt to purchase replacement parts at the best possible price. Loss or theft of the device is also the student’s responsibility and will result in the student being charged the full replacement cost to purchase a new device.
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