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LCS_Student_Chromebook_Agreement (.pdf)**


Students & Parents pages 1-2 keep for reference.
**Both student & parent signatures are required on page 3 Use of Chromebook Agreement form for Chromebook check-out.

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LCS Tips to Take Care of Your Chromebook

When you got your Chromebook checked out to you it became
YOUR responsibility to take care of it so it is always ready to use.

Here are some tips to help you. 

  • Tip # 1: Keep food and drinks away from your Chromebook.

    If you slip and spill on your Chromebook…you can ruin it for good!

  • Tip # 2: Keep your Chromebook on a flat surface like a table or a desk.

    Don’t leave it on the floor where someone could step on it.

  • Tip # 3: Always check before you close your Chromebook—be sure there isn’t anything in the way like a pencil or eraser.

    If you close the lid with something in there—it can crack the screen.

  • Tip # 4: Make sure that your Chromebook is closed when you carry it.

    Trying to carry it with your fingers on the screen may ruin the screen.

    Don’t worry—once you close your Chromebook and open it in another place, it will start right up for you.

  • Tip # 5: Don’t pile things on top of it.

    Any extra pressure can easily break the hinges that make it a clamshell.

  • Tip # 6: Always plug your Chromebook in when you’re not using it so it is fully charged for the school day.

    You can always bring your charger with you to school in your backpack.

    If you take good care of your Chromebook, it will take good care of you by being ready to use whenever you need it!

    LCS Students: Taking Care of Your

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    CMS Chromebook Damage Report form (.pdf)

    Any loss or theft of a Chromebook must be reported to the school immediately
    , so that recovery efforts can be initiated.

    Any damages to the Chromebook must be reported to the school for repairs.

    Students are not permitted to perform repairs on their own or through 3rd-party service providers.