L-K Tablet Cart Information

Linden-Kildare Mobile Computing Cart Checkout Procedures


 

Teacher Check-Out Guidelines

  • There are 20 tablets/Chromebooks per cart. If you’re class is over this size, your students will need to double up or use another system already in the classroom. 
  • Do not remove the power adapters from the cart. If you suspect a power adapter is not working, please report the cart number and slot number of the system not being charged in a work order.
  • If there are any technical issues that arise, please fill out a work order through School Tools with the cart number and system number. 
  • It would be a very good idea to assign each student a number from the cart. There is a longer delay when a student logs on to a system for the first time. Using the same system each time will help mitigate this delay. There is a computer roll sheet available down below to help you in this matter.

Security

  • Keep the carts locked when the systems are not in use.
  • Return all systems to the cart at the end of each day for security and charging purposes.
  • Do not allow the systems to leave the classroom for which they were reserved. The staff member that reserved the cart is responsible for each tablet. 
  • Allow sufficient time for the students to replace the tablets/Chromebooks before the bell rings. Make sure all systems and keyboards (if applicable) are accounted for before any student leaves your classroom.

Steps to Checkout a Cart

  1. ​Proceed to below and click on the link to go to the request form.
  2. Fill out the form in its entirety.
  3. Wait for an email from Leisa, Nathan, or Tyson stating whether your request was approved.
  4. At the reserved time, pickup the cart at the technology office. 
  5. Once your reserved time period ends, return the cart promptly to the technology office.

Computer Roll Sheet

Click here to go to the request form

link to request form


Chromebook? What’s a Chromebook?

What A Chromebook Can Do

  • Boot up to a login screen in 8 seconds! Students will login with their email address and same password used to login to the desktop computers. (Except for elementary students)
  • Perform Internet Research
  • Create Documents similar to those of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Save Documents to the students’ Google Drive
  • Submit assignments via sharing the document with the teacher, Google Classroom, or email
  • Download Apps from the Chrome Store
  • Participate in most web-based curriculums and programs such as Kahn Academy
  • Much, much more!

What A Chromebook​ Cannot Do

  • Print to the school’s printers (These are designed to facilitate a paperless environment)
  • Install any programs designed for a Windows environment