If you are having trouble with your Chromebook, or have questions, please see
For best results: Reboot your Chromebook once every day!!
Before you come to the library for help, make sure your Power Off your Chromebook, and then turn it back on. That fixes most problems!
Need to use a loaner? Your teacher has one in class, or will call down to the library for one!
My Chromebook broke, now what?
Do you have insurance? Let us know in the library if you have insurance and we can send it in for you. You can still get a loaner to use while yours is being repaired.
Insured or not, bring your Chromebook to the library. It is important for our technicians to know HOW your device was broken. Bring in all the broken parts when you bring the Chromebook to the Library Media Center. You can use a loaner Chromebook until yours is fixed. You will be charged a repair fee for broken screens or other damage that is considered avoidable and requires replacement parts. Your student account will be billed from the Central Administration Center and you do not have to pay in the library when you pick up your Chromebook
Do not attempt to repair the Chromebook yourself!
Basic Chromebook Care:
Chromebooks are easy to use and will last you four years if you take care of them. They are not designed for extreme rugged use. To ensure a long life for your Chromebook we recommend the following tips:
My Chromebook won't...
Repair fees are based on the cost of parts, which continues to go up. The repair fees for the 2019-20 school year will be based on the model of Chromebook and parts needed. Replacement chargers are available for sale in the main office, or you can order one from Amazon.
It is the responsibility of all students to make sure that you come to school each day with a fully charged Chromebook. If your Chromebook "dies" during the day, bring it to the Library to have it charged and pick up a loaner. Here are some more tips: