My Tech Program
Manual was selected to be one of the 14 schools to receive 1:1 devices for our students! Each student may check out a Chromebook for the 2018-19 school year with a signed contract by parent/guardian. The My Tech Insurance fee is $20.
Each device, case and charger and Hot Spot (if applicable) must be returned if transferring or at the end of the school year.
Charging & Care
Bring it to school and every class fully-charged, every day!
Keep it in its case.
Leave your charger at home —
there are chargers at school if you need them. If you borrow one from school, they must be returned!
Please do not allow anyone else to use your chromebook.
Do not place anything between screen and keyboard and then close it, screen will crack.
Please keep it on your person or locker while at school.
Things not working right? Reboot.
For more information take a look at the MyTech Handbook.
Damage & Loss
Did you lose it or break it?
Damaged or non-functioning Chromebooks should be given to the school’s Technology Representative so a repair can be started. Many problems can be repaired at the school by district staff, which may take a day or two. Other problems may require the Chromebook to be sent out for repair, which can take several days or longer. Schools will have additional Chromebooks on-hand to loan to students in these circumstances.
Kammy Anderson in Room 106, if she is not in, please go to main office to have her paged.
Students and parents/guardians will be responsible for DPS-owned technology property that is issued to them, just as they are for other DPS-owned items, such as textbooks, calculators, musical instruments, athletics equipment or library books. DPS will repair or replace the Chromebook, but students and parents may be responsible for the cost.
My TECH Loss/Damage Fees
1st Chromebook Damage $0
2nd Chromebook Damage $50
3rd Chromebook Damage $50
Chromebook $250 (Charger and case included)
Non returned devices $250
All above charges are subject for discussion and change.
Your Chromebook will automatically connect
when you are at school.
How to connect away from school — in the
bottom right corner of your screen, click on the
wifi symbol to see the available networks.
Click to join the network, and you’re on your way!
Map of Off-Campus Public Wifi Networks in
Denver — http://dpsk12.info/wifimap
If you’re on public wifi, be mindful of entering
your personal information on websites