First day with their new Chromebooks | Photo of a day 2.9
February 10, 2018 - chromebook
Two students during Bainbridge High get familiarized with their new Chromebooks during BHS.
Twenty-eight students from Marlo Dorny’s 10th-grade English category collected in a school’s library Friday morning to collect adult their take-home laptop computers, carrying cases, horse cords and carrying straps. Each laptop was labeled with a student’s name, and any one also had a immature plaque that said, “Provided by record levy.”
The placement of Chromebooks — that cost about $350 to $400 any — to sophomore students is a latest rollout of a tech inclination to Bainbridge students. Students during Eagle Harbor High were given their laptops in a fall, and Chromebooks and carts are already in place in third- and fourth-grade classrooms so that any tyro is reserved a specific Chromebook. Ninth-graders during BHS have also been released take-home Chromebooks, and all seventh- and eighth-graders in a propagandize district have take-home devices.
Bainbridge High students were reminded during their Chromebook course eventuality Friday that a inclination are for training and not for recreational use. They were also speedy to buy word to cover a cost of their Chromebook in a eventuality of random damage. (The many common means of Chromebook damage? Stuffing it into an already pressed backpack.)
Students were also warned not to fiddle with a filtering program on a laptops.
(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)