CHROMEBOOK HOME USE PROGRAM
Oroville City Elementary Schools have set up a program allowing students to check-out Chromebooks during the Coronavirus school closure to use at home for school work. Please find all the details on this page.
If you have questions about how to borrow or use a Chromebook for home educational use, please contact your student's school site.
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GETTING STARTED AT HOME WITH YOUR OCESD CHROMEBOOK
In order to begin using a Chromebook provided by OCESD, you will need to know the name of your home Wi-Fi network as well as the Password.
Most Chromebooks have already been charged prior to distribution. If the Chromebook does not power on, you may need to plug it in. Open up the lid of the Chromebook. The Power button is in the upper right corner of the keyboard.
In the lower right corner of the screen, you will see a small beacon as well as several other icons. If you click on the beacon the device will show all networks available to you. Your home Wi-Fi should be one of these options.
Select your Wi-Fi name.
The device will prompt you to enter the Wi-Fi Password.
Be sure to enter the password correctly.
Once you are connected to the network, the Chromebook will automatically prompt you to log in to your Google Account.
All student logins are a series of Numbers.
Click the Next button; the screen will prompt you for the student password. All students should know their password or it should have been provided by the teacher in their packet.
Students can begin using their devices for assignments.
Here is a video on how to sign onto your Google account and then onto Clever for student programs.
HOME USE AGREEMENT
Click here to see a copy of the Chromebook agreement required to be signed in order to check out a Chromebook; this agreement also has some best practices for students and families.