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BISD Student & Parent Use Agreement for Chromebook/Technology Issued Devices

Completing the form on the last tab of this section must be completed before your student is issued a Chromebook and acknowledges the following:
  1. I understand the care of my Chromebook is my responsibility.
  2. I will ensure my Chromebook battery is charged nightly.
  3. I will protect my Chromebook by keeping it in an approved case at all times.
  4. I will not place decorations (such as stickers, markers, etc.) on my Chromebook.
  5. I will never loan out my Chromebook to other individuals.
  6. I will keep food and beverages away from my Chromebook since they may cause damage to the device.
  7. I will keep my Chromebook away from liquids and will use proper care to keep it clean.
  8. I will avoid using objects that may scratch the screen.
  9. I will not expose my Chromebook to extreme temperatures and direct sunlight.
  10. I will not deface the serial number on any Chromebook.
  11. I will not delete any school installed applications or software.
  12. I will not disassemble any part of my Chromebook or attempt any repair
  13. I will use my Chromebook in ways that are educational and appropriate.
  14. I will follow the BISD Technology Handbook: Documents and Agreements and Acceptable Use Procedures (AUP) at all times.
  15. I understand my Chromebook is subject to inspection at any time without notice.
  16. I understand my Chromebook remains the property of BISD.
  17. I will file a police report in case of theft or vandalism.
  18. I will be responsible for all damage or loss caused by neglect or abuse.
  19. I agree to return my Chromebook, case, power cords, and accessories in good working condition.
  20. I will keep my hotspot at my home in Kinney County.
By electronically signing the form, I agree to the expectations and procedures as detailed above and in the BISD Technology Handbook: Documents and Agreements as well as the Acceptable Use Procedures.