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1:1 Student Technology

Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, Frenship ISD will provide every student across the district with a technology device to use throughout the school year. This 1:1 technology initiative helps ensure all students will have access to technology and digital resources.

Parents must sign the “Frenship ISD Student/Parent 1:1 Use Agreement” form in Skyward during the student registration process.

Types of Devices:

All students will be issued a device at no cost. Students will be able to use these devices throughout the year, but they must be returned at end of the 2021-2022 school year prior to summer break.

Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd Grade: Students will be issued an iPad, charger, and iPad case. The iPads will remain in the classroom and will not be taken home by the students.

3rd – 5th Grade: Students will be issued a Windows laptop and charger. Laptops will remain at school for the first six weeks while students learn to navigate the devices and instructional programs. After the first six weeks, students will take their laptops home every day.

6th – 12th Grade:  Students will be issued a Windows laptop and charger. Once the laptop is issued to the student, they will begin taking the device home every day.

This is Frenship ISD’s first year to deploy devices to all 10,700+ students across this district. Campuses will begin issuing the devices to students on a staggered schedule, and some parents may begin to see devices as early as August 23. We appreciate your patience as we work through the details.

Students must turn in their devices at the end of the school year prior to the summer break.

Digital equity is important to us. By going 1:1, Frenship is ensuring all students have access to technology and digital resources. It opens opportunities for students to have digital tools at their fingertips to explore, research, and learn anywhere at any time.

The 1:1 model allows teachers to be flexible and creative with their lessons. With each child having their own device in the classroom, teachers can create a more personalized learning environment that engages the students and produces faster feedback.

Incorporating technology on a regular basis and increasing digital literacy also ensures our Tigers are future-ready learners, ready to tackle the ever-changing world of technology.

Students and parents using Frenship ISD technology devices are expected to adhere to good digital citizenship and follow the rules for appropriate and responsible device use. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Students should bring devices to school each day fully charged
  • Students should not share their usernames, passwords, or devices with other students
  • Devices should not be physically modified (no stickers, engraving, screen coverings, etc.) and students should take necessary steps to protect their district-issued device
  • All activity on the devices should be for educational purposes only
  • Inappropriate use may result in disciplinary or legal action in accordance with the Frenship ISD Student Code of Conduct.
  • Parents will be responsible for paying associated fees for lost, stolen, and damaged devices.

Parent and Student 1:1 Technology Guide