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Chromebook FAQs

Trouble with your Chromebook? Try these tricks first!

This video will walk you through five Quick and Easy Chromebook Troubleshooting Tips to Fix some common issues that you may experience.

Este video lo guiará a través de 5 consejos rápidos y fáciles para solucionar problemas comunes que puede encontrar con el Chromebook.

о выявлению и устранению проблем с Хромбук, которые помогут устранить некоторые распространенные проблемы, с которыми вы можете столкнуться.

What should I do if the Chromebook is damaged or isn’t working?

Contact your school office

Please return damaged Chromebooks to your enrolled school.
(A list of district schools and contact information is available here.)

Not sure what your assigned school is?

You can find your assigned school with the School Search tool based on your current address.

If I need a Chromebook, what do I need to do?

Contact your school office

Please check in with the office of your enrolled school for Chromebook distribution.
(A list of district schools and contact information is available here.)

Not sure what your assigned school is?

You can find your assigned school with the School Search tool based on your current address.

What if I have concerns about the amount of time my student is spending in front of a screen?

You can help reduce non-productive, non-school screen time by:

  • Limiting the amount of time your child is using the device for entertainment
  • Keeping the bedroom as a screen free area
  • Encouraging your child to get plenty of exercise and daily physical activities
  • Increasing the amount of screen time your student spends creating content over the amount of time spend consuming content
How will my student be protected from objectionable material on the Internet?

District devices use filtering software to screen out objectionable websites. However, no filtering system is perfect. Students learn about digital safety and responsibility and how to stay away from objectionable material and be safe online. Because no filtering system is perfect, it is important parents and guardians monitor computer use and practice digital citizenship.

What do I do if my student isn’t going to attend Salem-Keizer next year?

Contact your school office

Please return Chromebooks and hotspots to your enrolled school.
(A list of district schools and contact information is available here.)

Not sure what your assigned school is?

You can find your assigned school with the School Search tool based on your current address.

What do I need to do to return the Chromebook and/or hotspot to the District?

Contact your school office

Please return Chromebooks and hotspots to your enrolled school.
(A list of district schools and contact information is available here.)

Not sure what your assigned school is?

You can find your assigned school with the School Search tool based on your current address.

K-2 @ Home Chromebook Tips & Tricks

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