All students grades 2 through 12 will have a school Chromebook checked out to them. This will be their Chromebook that they will take with them from grade to grade until the Chromebook reaches its end of life. If your child leaves the school or graduates, make sure you hand the Chromebook in to the office.
All students are automatically created a student email once enrolled in the school. The format of the email is as follows:
(first initial of first name)(entire last name)(two digit birth month)(2 digit birth day)@sjvastudent.com
or example: If the name was John Smith, born on February 18th, the email would be firstname.lastname@example.org
For password assistance, please refer to your teacher, and they will be able to reset it for you.
It is very important that these Chromebooks are treated with care. These Chromebooks are property of San Jacinto Valley Academy and they are sensitive machines. The screen is especially susceptible to damage. Make sure to not force a Chromebook into a backpack, or place it in a situation where a large amount of pressure is exerted on to it. Do not stack anything on top of the Chromebook, and do not leave it in a backpack out in the rain. You may place a small sticker with your name on the Chromebook to identify it, but please do not cover the Chromebook with stickers.
Please note: Intentional damage or damage caused by misuse of the Chromebook will result in potential fees that will need to be paid before another Chromebook is issued.
Procedure for damaged/lost Chromebooks
- If you are a middle or high school student, let your first period teacher know of the issue you are having with your device. If the Chromebook is not functioning correctly, make sure you bring in the Chromebook and leave it with your teacher. Please make sure to tell them what is wrong with the Chromebook. If you are an elementary student let your teacher know.
- The teacher will submit a request with IT, and IT will respond in the order the requests are received.
- IT will fix/replace the Chromebook and return it to the teacher that reported the issue.