SLS 1:1 Program 

Guidelines for Students and Parents/Guardians
Grade K-2
Shaker Lane School

Purpose of Program

This program will promote opportunities for technology integration into the day-to-day school experience. The expectations of researching, learning and creating work on these devices, coupled with the responsibility for their proper care, will become the foundation of future academic and personal growth.

Program Overview

  • Students in Kindergarten, Transitional and Grade 1 will be provided iPads and students in Grade 2 will be provided a Chromebook from the LPS Technology Department for use in the classroom during the school year.
  • All devices will be managed/supervised by the LPS Technology Department. 
  • The LPS Asset Tag and student name label must remain on the device at all times.
  • Students must use their Littleton Public School account to sign in to the device.

Student Guidelines and Expectations

  • Students are expected to be in compliance with the LPS Responsible Use Policy.
  • Students will follow digital citizenship expectations as taught in the classroom.
  • Devices will be charged and maintained at school. 
  • Devices are educational tools and should be used in that capacity.
  • Students will follow digital citizenship expectations as taught in the classroom.

Content Filtering

Compliant Internet Filtering (CIPA) and monitoring is active on Chromebooks and IPADS. Regardless of physical location (in or out of school) Devices will have all Internet activity protected and monitored by the school district. 

No Expectation of Privacy

Students should be aware that none of their data is private with respect to any usage of a Device regardless of whether that use is for district-related or personal purposes, other than as specifically provided by law. The District may, without prior notice or consent, log, supervise, access, view, monitor, and record at any time for any reason related to perceived or alleged misuse of the Device. By using a Device, students agree to such access, monitoring, and recording of their use. Student users should assume that none of their data is private or confidential.  Any communication or data may be subject to review by network or school administration.

updated 1/31/2024