Technology Services

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IT Support

Eve Welcome

eve.welcome@cascadetech.org

Phone: (503) 755-2451 ext. 2411

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IT Assistant

Abigail Wilcoxen

abigailw@jewellk12.org

Phone: (503) 755-2451 ext.2425

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Print Services

Bill Jette

billj@jewellk12.org

Phone: (503) 755-2451 ext. 2482

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Parent Resources

Common Sense Media

Common Sense is the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. We empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives.

PBS Kids

The PBS Parents Guide to Children & Media is a resource for answering parents' questions about kids, media and the creative possibilities that exist between them. It's a place that invites you to bring both your curiosity and concern about what young people are seeing and hearing on TV, in movies, video games and on the Internet.

Chromebook Help & Tutorials

Here are helpful links and videos as you work with your Chromebook.

Chromebook FAQ's

1. What are my responsibilities as a parent/guardian in terms of replacement of the Chromebook if it is damaged, lost or stolen?

The Jewell School District will be responsible for the repair of the Chromebook for normal wear of the unit that is covered by the warranty.

2. What are the approximate replacement costs of the Chromebook and accessories?

  • Chromebook: $300

  • Chromebook License: $30

  • Replacement Screen: $104

  • AC Charger: $20

3. Does my child have to accept a Chromebook?

A Chromebook will be made available to each 1st through 12th grade student for the 2020-2021 school year, for use at school and to take home. Students and parents/guardians must sign and return the district-­issued Take Home Device Acceptable Use Agreement before a Chromebook is issued to the student. If a parent/guardian does not want the child to take a Chromebook home, the parent should schedule a time to meet with the principal.

4. How is the District paying for the Chromebooks?

JSD Chromebooks were purchased using district funds from the technology budget.

5. As a parent/guardian, how do I monitor my child’s use of the internet?

Anytime your student logs into their Chromebook, there are filters in place. Deledao will filter and monitor their internet usage, even at home. 

6. What if we don’t have wireless internet at home?

A Chromebook’s use is maximized with Wi-Fi but students can still use many features without internet access. If a family does not have Wi-Fi and a student needs access, a student may use the Chromebook at school, or wherever Wi-Fi is available. Some apps may work offline and information will update the next time the device is connected to the internet.

7. What if a student forgets to charge the Chromebook?

There will be limited power outlets in the classrooms. However, teachers have additional charging stations in their classrooms that can be used after teacher approval.

8. Will students keep the Chromebook for the summer?

Chromebooks and all JSD accessories shall be returned during the final week of school so they can be checked for any service needs and prepared for use the following year. A Chromebook may be made available for students taking summer school classes that require use of the Chromebook.