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1:1 Chromebook Program

The Cooperstown Central School District’s 1:1 Program starts in eighth grade. Students are issued a Google Chromebook which can be used for schoolwork, educational research, and college prep, during their time at CCSD.

This program is for all junior-senior high students (seventh grade starting in the 2019-2020 school year) and the district-owned Chromebook stays with students throughout their entire student carrier at CCSD, excluding summers.

1:1 Device Details:

  • Class of 2020
    • Belkin Always-On Cases
    • HP 11 G4 Chromebooks
      • 4GB
  • Class of 2021 – 2022 (including new to District 2020 students)
    • Belkin Always-On Cases
    • HP 11 G4 EE Chromebooks
      • 4GB
  • Class of 2023 and Later
    • Custom Brenthaven Always-On Cases
    • HP 11 G6 EE Touch Chromebooks
      • 4GB

The "EE" series HP Chromebooks offer a high-class look and better durability over the Samsung and older HP devices, while the always-on cases provide a piece of mind from minor faults, such as drops or shock. In addition, the touchscreen models offer more flexibility in use and have an additional cost of less than five dollars per device over the non-touch units.

Before a student can take home their assigned device, the 1:1 Student Agreement Permission Form needs to be read over and signed and returned to the I.T. Department. It can be placed in their mailbox, which is located in the Jr./Sr. High School Main Office. Currently, this form only needs to be completed once.

Students are encouraged to use the devices for all classes (teacher permitting) and for schoolwork. They are filtered both in and out of school, with the district’s content filter. The devices should only be used for academic educational purposes per the District’s “ Acceptable Use Policy.” Students are liable for any and all damages or missing pieces to their devices. These would include the actual device, power supply, case, and all stickers and notices on the device (students are not allowed to place their own stickers or permanent items on the devices or cases). Devices should be returned in the same condition that they were given, with acceptable/reasonable wear being permitted.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Jacob Burke. If you have a billing or payment question, please contact the Business Office.