Posted May 13, 2023
ALL DPS students MUST leave their DPS issued Chromebook at their current school before they start their summer break. If your student does not turn in a computer they will be subject to a $100 replacement fee through MySchoolBucks. All DPS Students will be issued a device at the start of the 23-24 school year.
If your student has summer school and/or a legit academic reason to keep their computer over the summer families MUST complete the below step to alert the MyTech program that you will not be relinquishing your computer to BVIS.
In an effort to ensure students have access to technology over the summer to continue their learning and education, families may choose to opt-in and check out a student Chromebook and charger over the summer.
This option applies to students currently in grades K-11th in district-managed schools (i.e. non-charters). If your student is leaving the district, transferring to a charter school, or is otherwise a graduating senior (congratulations!), they will need to return their Chromebook and charger to their home school.
If you are interested in checking out a Chromebook and charger for the summer, please complete the survey link included in the communication found here.
Students and families will have access to complete the survey through Friday, May 19th at 4:00 pm, after which the survey will close. Students and families will be responsible for their Chromebook and charger over the summer and should plan on bringing it to their next DPS school for the 2023 – 2024 school year.
After completing the survey in the link above, families can contact their home school to receive a Chromebook and charger for the summer. Students and families will be responsible for any damage or loss fees, should they occur.