Common Questions

Struggling with your Chromebook? Here are some of the common questions we hear from parents, students, and teachers.
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Printing

Students cannot print from their Chromebooks at this time. Read more about why and what printing options they do have.

Go to Web Filtering

Web Filtering

Keeping our students safe online in a priority. Learn more about how we filter the Internet on Chromebooks at school and at home.

Go to Gaming

Gaming

Why don’t we block all the games on the Chromebooks? Read more about this and options you have as a parent at home.

Go to Broken Chromebook

Broken Chromebook

We explain how broken Chromebooks are handled including the repair process, loaners devices, and more.

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Lost / Broken Charger

Is your child’s charger lost or damaged? Here’s all the information to need to purchase a new one.

Go to Chromebook Fee

Chromebook Fee

Click here for information on the annual $50 fee associated with our 1:1 program.

Go to Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

Tips, strategies, and ideas for talking with your students about safe online behaviors.

Additional Questions

Questions on systems such as Infinite Campus, Final Forms, and Google Classroom.

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Infinite Campus: Logging In

Trouble logging into Infinite Campus? We can help!

Go to Infinite Campus: Mobile App

Infinite Campus: Mobile App

Issue setting up the Mobile App?

Go to Final Forms: Logging In

Final Forms: Logging In

Struggling to get into Final Forms. Check this section.

Go to Google Calendar

Google Calendar

Information on how to access your student’s assignment calendar.

How Chagrin Students Use Their Chromebook
Access to technology is changing the way students learn and access information.

The Chromebook will be used in a variety of ways in the classroom. The focus is to provide students with multiple opportunities to research, collaborate and create. Students will enroll in their teachers’ Google Classroom (classroom.google.com). There students will view and complete assignments, then turn them in, all online. They may research and respond to questions, access online textbooks, collaborate on a document or presentation with other classmates, or create something new with one of the apps available to them. Students use the Google Apps for Education menu and all of the work that they create is housed in their Google Drive. This work can be accessed from any computer by going to drive.google.com

  • All Students in K-12 have a Chromebook

  • Students in 3-12 take their device home on nights and weekends.

  • Time Spent on Chromebooks for Academic Use

  • Percentage of Chagrin Teachers who are Google Certified Educators

Our Team

The team of people that help make the magic happen.

Mike Daugherty

Director of Technology
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TIMOTHY SPRAY

Art Director
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TONYA GARCIA

Account Manager
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