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Chromebook Turn In: What To Do

April 25, 2023

This May, 12th graders and 8th graders will need to turn in their Chromebooks and chargers. Read the procedures below to see what students need to know to close out the year well.

May 1st – A list of Chromebook and charger assignments will be posted in 1st block classes for 8th graders and seniors.

May – Seniors can turn in their Chromebooks and chargers to the library starting in May when they are no longer needed for class assignments. Teachers of senior students are encouraged to communicate with students regarding expectations for Chromebooks.

The last day for seniors to turn in Chromebooks is the morning of graduation practice on Thursday, May 25. Otherwise, they will need to pay the fine for their lost Chromebook and/or charger in order to walk at graduation.

While juniors and sophomores do not need to do anything with their Chromebooks, eighth graders do. Students in this grade will be scheduled to turn in their Chromebooks on Friday, May 19 after SOLs. A schedule will be sent out indicating when students should report to the library with their materials.

Students who do not return their Chromebooks and chargers by the deadlines will have to pay a fee. Here are the requirements for fines and fees:

  • Lost Chromebooks are $400.
  • Chargers are $40. If a student turns in a charger that is not assigned to them, then they can wait to see if someone turns in theirs.
    If their charger is not turned in when they are issued their new Chromebook in August, then they will need to pay the fine for their lost charger.The procedures above apply only to 12th and 8th graders, the remaining students must keep their Chromebooks during the summer.
  • To preserve their Chromebooks, students may want to power them off in order to maintain their battery health. Be sure to store Chromebooks somewhere safe until they are of use.

For more information, email [email protected]

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Journee Johnson, FCHS Journalist

Journee is in 10th grade, this is her first year in Journalism. In her free time she likes to watch Anime and listen to music.

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