CCA’s Chromebook program was started in 2016 as the result of the generous gift of a donor,

combined with CCA-provided matching funds. Through the collection of annual Technology Fees, the Chromebook program is structured so that devices will be replaced at the end of their four-year useful life. This ensures a sustainable program while also remaining current with advances in technology. Chromebooks are assigned on a 1-to-1 basis for all students in grades 5 through 12. Students in Kindergarten through grade 4 use Chromebooks through a shared cart system, with the devices rotating through the classrooms.

CCA's Chromebooks are touchscreen and are specially equipped for education with important tools and safety features:

~ GoGuardian, software which provides a complete Chromebook management solution, keeping students safer online “24/7”, while at school and away, through filtering and monitoring. GoGuardian also provides teacher support by assisting in classroom management and instruction.

~ Insurance that includes coverage for accidental damage, theft, fire, flood, natural disasters, power surge and vandalism, as well as mechanical failure/mechanical defects.

~ A CCA-logoed hard shell cover to help protect against scratches and accidental damage.

Physical care including safe use and storage of the Chromebook is the responsibility of each student assigned a 1-to-1 device. Damage and/or misuse will result in fines.

The Digital Technology Code of Ethics is a document to be reviewed and signed at the beginning of each year by parents & students in grades 5 through 12.

Digital Technology Code of Ethics

CCA Digital Technology Code of Ethics.pdf