Students entering Grades 7th, 9th and 12th will receive a Chromebook this Fall. It can be used by the student throughout the school year and during the summer. It must be returned at the end of the 3 year cycle, upon request by building administration, or when the student leaves the district. The device can be taken home when the student and the parents/guardians sign this agreement. If the student and parents/guardians do not agree with the terms of this agreement, the student will be limited to use of the device at school only.
To receive your One2One device, you will need to bring the One2One Device Usage Agreement to Packet/Schedule Pick Up day, filled out and signed by student and parent/guardian. Click here to download the form.
- The use of Chromebooks at home for educational purposes is encouraged.
- Chromebook care at home is as important as in school, please refer to taking care of chromebooks.
- School district Internet filtering will not be provided for the Chromebooks when used outside of school district buildings.
Resources for Parents
Google for Education Information
In addition to this page, which provides detail on the security of our services to schools, you can find guidance and tips for keeping families safe online in our Family Safety Center.
Common Sense Media: Parent concerns
Kids of all ages are swiping and scrolling, totally transfixed by screens of all sizes. Welcome to the new frontier of parenting. If you have questions on how to take control of the technology in your kids' lives, this is a great resource for you.
Cyberwise: No Parent Left Behind
At Cyberwise, no grownup is left behind! We help parents and educators understand online safety, privacy, digital citizenship, and more so they can help kids embrace technology safely and wisely.
Edutopia Digital Citizenship resources
Learn about online safety, cyberbullying, netiquette, privacy, copyright, and the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior to help young people consider their digital footprint.
Solon City School District adheres to all local policies and state and federal laws regarding student and staff data privacy. As described in this video, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, also known as FERPA, is the key federal law that restricts access to student data. It forms the basis of state and local laws and policies about student data. Watch this video to learn more.