Performance Learning Center offers every student the opportunity to take home a Chromebook and sign up for a hotspot (10gB per month.)
Please see Ms. Dover for the Hotspot form (located on the board outside the Learning Commons, B-Hall)
CMS and Sprint 1 Million Project have partnered to provide free wifi hotspots to high school students who do not have sufficient Internet access in their homes. To apply for a device that will provide connectivity for students in their homes, contact J. Blair Dover , technology facilitator.
Conducting research, collaborating on assignments, and communicating with teachers are essential activities for success.
Logging into My Chromebook at Home?
If you are having trouble getting past the filter at home, please follow the steps below exactly! Watch the tutorial for more information. Chromebook at Home Tutorial
Still having trouble? Email Mrs. Dover and include a specific description of what's happening with screenshots so she can diagnose the problem.
Lost / Damaged Chromebook Fees
Fees apply to ALL students using CMS technology, not just "take home" users, All damages should be reported in a timely fashion in order for repairs to be made quickly.
Central Piedmont Community College offers high school students several opportunities to get a head start by earning college credit.
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