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iPad Care and Responsibility

 

Hello, as we find ourselves nearing the end of the third quarter, we’d like to remind everyone about student iPad care and responsibility.  An iPad is just like a textbook; should a student damage a textbook, they are expected to pay to replace the textbook. Both are learning tools the School District has supplied to help students in their education.  If a student damages their iPad, case or charger, the student is expected to pay the school district for the cost of repair or a replacement. Here are a few reminders on care:

  • Leave your iPad in it’s school issued case at all times.  Do not place anything between the case and the iPad, such as pictures or papers. If you feel the need to take the iPad out of the case for any reason, please contact the IT Department, or your school office.

  • Do not leave your iPad outside or in a vehicle in extreme cold or heat.

  • Do not write on, carve into, or put stickers on your case, iPad or charger.  

  • Do not break or rip anything on your case or charger.

  • Do not bend or put pressure on your iPad as it could cause it to twist and/or break.

  • If your charger becomes damaged at all, please bring it to school with you and report it to the IT Department, or your school office.

 

These are just a few reminders as we work together to support our students. If you have questions, please refer to the Technology section on the school website, or contact your school’s office or the IT Department at technology@clarindacsd.org. Below is an excerpt from the Acceptable Use Policy that all parents and students signed off on before students received their iPads, Policy number 605.6. The policy may be viewed on the school website under the Technology section. Thank you for your help in taking care of the iPads, cases, and chargers.  

 

“Users may be held personally and financially responsible for malicious or intentional damage done to network software, data, user accounts, hardware and/or unauthorized costs incurred.”

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