One-to-One Device Student and Parent Handbook


    Here you will find an overview of the initiative, including: why SVSD is going to one-to-one computing, information about the laptop your student will receive and how to take care of it. In addition, information about the software that will come pre-installed, content filtering, and support are included, along with guidelines on safe computing and digital citizenship. Families will be encouraged to review these materials, as well as check back from time to time for new and updated information.


    NOTE:  All parents must complete the RSVP process online via Family Access to give permission for your student to receive a laptop.  Students will not recieve a laptop until the permission is given.




    Our commitment to technology is strongly aligned to our desire to provide the best teaching and learning environment for our students, teachers, and staff. With the passage of the most recent Technology Levy in 2018, Snoqualmie Valley has entered into another chapter of innovation and will be providing each secondary student (graders 6-12) with access to a laptop to use at school and home -- an initiative called One-to-One Computing.


    The laptops will be phased in over the course of the next 12 months, starting with students at Snoqualmie Middle School and Mount Si High School in the fall of 2019. Like many schools in the region that have recently rolled out one-to-one laptop initiatives with great success, we are excited to offer all students the opportunity to use a Snoqualmie Valley School District-issued laptop, responsibly, both in class and at home, to enhance their academic experience. Issuing students district laptops and allowing them to use the laptops at home provides several advantages. To learn more, go here.