Welcome to the Harrison High School 1 to 1 Pages


    One-to-one refers to a program where one device is provided for every student. During the 2015-2016 school year, every student in grades 10 through 12 will receive a Chromebook provided by the school district with a chromebook fee of $25. The district is pleased to move forward with this exciting step and access for our students. Students with personal device access allows us to enhance their educational options, provide organizational skills, and expand learning beyond the classroom. This provides a broader foundation for 21st century careers.

    The district has purchased the Lenovo N21 chromebook. We look forward to the potential that this technology provides students and instructional programs. These are brand new devices. Students will be issued the same device each year.


    Devices are provided for student educational use. This information is provided so that students, parents, and guardians are aware of the responsibilities accepted with the use of a device. Generally speaking this requires being legal and ethical with technology usage. Any violations will result in disciplinary action.

    • All use of technology must
      • Support learning
      • Follow local, state, and federal laws
      • Be school appropriate
    • Safety
      • Never share passwords except with parents/guardians
      • Follow and adhere to internet safety guidelines


    Chromebooks will be handed out before school with students and parents signing the chromebook handbook policy and paying their $25 chromebook fee. Students will be assigned the same chromebook annually, therefore, serial numbers will be documented.


    You will comply at all times with the Harrison High School Chromebook Handbook and Acceptable Use Policy as well as board policies (i.e. BOEP 5.331, 5.351, 5.351F) incorporated herein by reference and made a part hereof for all purposes. Any failure to comply may terminate your rights of possession immediately and the District may repossess the property.

    The user or the parent(s) or guardian(s) of a minor student agree to cooperate with the school in the event of the school’s initiating an investigation of a user’s use of his or her access to its Chromebook and the internet, whether that use is on a school network or on another computer outside the school district's network.


    Legal ownership to the property is the Harrison School District and shall at all times remain in the District. Your right of possession and use is limited to and conditioned upon your full and complete compliance with this Agreement.

    Repossession:  If you do not timely and fully comply with all terms of this Agreement and the Chromebook/ Device Handbook, board policies, including the timely return of the property, the District shall be entitled to declare you in default and come to your place of residence, or other location of the property, to take possession of the property.

    Term of Agreement:  Your right to use and possession of the property terminates no later than the last day of the school year unless earlier terminated by the District or upon withdrawal from the District.

    Appropriation:  Your failure to timely return the property and the continued use of it for non-school purposes without the District’s consent may be considered unlawful appropriation of the District’s property.


    Users, and if appropriate, their parents/guardians, may be asked from time to time to provide new or additional registration and account information or to sign a new policy reflecting developments in the law or technology or changes in district policy. Such information must be provided by the user (or his/her parents or guardian) or such new policy must be signed if the user wishes to continue to receive service. If after account information is provided, some or all of the information changes, the user must notify the person designated by the school to receive such information.


    This policy functions in conjunction with all existing board policies and specifically, BOEP 5.331, Bullying, BOEP 5.351, Internet Safety and Electronic Device Use Policy, and BOEP 5.351F, Student Electronic Device and Internet Use Agreement.

    As a result of a violation of Harrison Chromebook policy, one or more of the following disciplinary actions may be taken at the administrator’s discretion:

    1. Removal of Chromebook
    2. Parent contact
    3. Loss of Chromebook rights
    4. In-school suspension
    5. Out-of-school suspension
    6. Notification of outside authority/police (charges filed if appropriate)
    7. Expulsion