Due to the Cyber Learning for COVID-19, our technology team will be responding through email and phone to requests for assistance Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. We will make every effort to assist any student technical issue remotely. If a face-to-face meeting is required, an appointment can be set for Monday through Friday between 11am and noon at the middle school. Please email them at [email protected]  –  Provide your phone number in case a conversation is required. 

1 to 1 Overview

Introduction:

Haddonfield School District’s 1:1 Chromebook program in grades 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 is designed to provide students with a device to use at school and at home. The initiative’s goal is to cultivate and support digital learning platforms that mirror college and workplace needs reflecting contemporary exchanges and interactions. With access to a Chromebook and the ability to connect via a WiFi connectivity, students and teachers can engage in 21st century learning.

Brief Overview:

Each 5th through 10th grade student will be provided a District Chromebook and charger for the 19/20 school year. Students are responsible for bringing the Chromebook to school, taking it home each day, and ensuring it is charged for use each school day.

Repair Process:

5th Grade – Please report any problems to your homeroom teacher whom will issue a loaner device and they will submit a Troubletrakker to repair your device.

Middle School – Please report any problems to the Library – Mrs. Barr Or Mrs. Miller whom will issue a loaner device and they will submit a Troubletrakker to repair your device.

High School – Please report any problems to the Library Staff whom will issue a loaner device and they will submit a Troubletrakker to repair your device.

1 to 1 Forms and Policies

2019 – 2020 Parent and Student Device Maintenance Terms and Agreement
2361 ACCEPTABLE USE OF COMPUTER NETWORKS/COMPUTERS AND RESOURCES
2360 USE OF TECHNOLOGY
5513 CARE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
7523 SCHOOL DISTRICT PROVIDED TECHNOLOGY DEVICES TO STUDENTS

1 to 1 FAQs

Haddonfield School District Update

Friday, March 27, 2020

On Saturday, March 21, New Jersey’s Governor Murphy announced a statewide "stay at home" order as of 9:00 p.m. that evening.

On Thursday, March 26, Governor Murphy said the decision to reopen schools lies squarely with Governor Murphy, and that we do not intend to assess the reopening of school until at least April 17, 2020.

In compliance with the governor’s new directive, Haddonfield School District buildings will be closed until further notice except for certain hours for faculty and family support and for the distribution of bag lunches. 

Please look for the district newsletter, emailed Friday, March 27th, to all Haddonfield families. It includes a link to this document with FAQs about this unprecedented time.

Thank you.  Stay safe and stay home.

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