Madill High School Students Offered Access to Chromebooks
Madill High School Students Offered Access to Chromebooks
Brandon Jacks

This is not your grandfather's way to access information.  Madill High School students all have the opportunity to use a Chromebook at school now for classroom activities. Many teachers use Google classroom for assignments and discussion. 

Students are being issued a Chromebook. They may choose to pay a $35 fee to keep it during the school year. Otherwise, students must retrieve the Chromebook from the library and return it each day. Regardless, Chromebooks remain the property of Madill Schools.

A policy packet is available in the library for the students to review. Students must adhere to the terms of use detailed in the policy packet.

Madill freshmen and sophomores received Chromebooks earlier and now the juniors and seniors have one.