Digital Citizenship Instruction

March

Topic: Privacy and Security

Monthly Motto: We care about everyone's privacy.
Guiding question: How can I keep my personal data safe and secure?

March Family Letter


February

Topic: Relationships and Communication

Monthly Motto: We know the power of words and actions.
Guiding question: How can I communicate effectively and positively to build relationships?

February Family Letter


January

Topic: Media Balance & Well-Being

Monthly Motto: We find balance in our digital lives.
Guiding question: How can we help students use media in healthy ways?

January Family Letter


December

Topic: Privacy and Security

Monthly Motto: We care about everyone's privacy.
Guiding question: How can I keep my personal data safe and secure?

December Family Letter


November

Topic: News & Media Literacy

Monthly Motto: We are critical thinkers and creators.
Guiding question: How can I be a critical consumer and creator of news and media?

November Family Letter


October

Topic: Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech
October is National Bullying Prevention Month.

Monthly Motto: We are kind and courageous.
Guiding question: How can I connect positively, treat others respectfully, and create a culture of kindness?

October Family Letter


September

Topic: Digital Footprint and Identity

Monthly Motto: We define who we are.
Guiding question: How can I cultivate my digital identity in ways that are responsible and empowering?

September Family Activity


August

Topic: Expectations and Device Care

Monthly Motto: We are responsible learners with devices
Guiding question: How do I care for my device as a tool for learning?

Device care & expectations

Examples of Manufacture defect: Trackpad or keyboard stops working or the screen stops displaying.

Examples of Accidental damage: Trackpad or keyboard stops working because you spilled liquid on it or the screen stops displaying because you dropped your chromebook.

Copied directly from the TechForEd FAQ website:

Can students/families purchase their own cases for these devices?

No. The district has chosen a particular case for devices because of its protective abilities. This case will be provided with the device and should remain on the device at all times. We do recommend that you purchase a backpack or carrying case that provides additional protections while transporting the device to and from school.

What happens if I break my device?

If your device is acting unusual but nothing appears to be physically broken, go to the district TechForEd website and check the troubleshooting guide to see if there is an easy fix to the issue you are having.

If you have physically broken your device, take it to the library to check it in for repair, which will be done by Lenovo certified personnel in Jeffco. Students may be given a loaner device to use during the time their device is out for repair. Families will be billed the cost of the repair, if you have not purchased an Accidental Damage Warranty. Fees can be paid in Infinite Campus Parent Portal when the repair is complete.

Device Repair Costs


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