District's 1:1 Program/Student Devices

The goals of our 1:1 program are:

  1. Ensure that all students have a device that will help them be successful in their learning.

  2. Students are trained on how to use their devices and are aware of the expectations when using a school-issued device.

Student Devices

Picture of the ACER Spin 311 Chromebook

ACER Spin 311 Chromebook

Grades: Tk-2

Devices stay at school in charging carts

Picture of the HP Chromebook 11 G8

HP Chromebook 11 G8

Grades 3-5

Devices stay at school in charging carts or go home in cases

Picture of the CTL Chromebook NL71-L in its protective case

CTL Chromebook NL71-L

Grades 6-12

Devices go home in cases

Parent Information

Below are documents and resources that are shared with parents BEFORE students can use their school devices

Educational Technology Laws and Rules

Click on the links below to learn more about each of the laws and guidelines we follow to keep students safe while on our district's devices and network.

CIPA: Requires schools and libraries to have an internet safety policy that includes technology protection measures. The protection measures must block or filter Internet access to pictures that are (a) obscene; (b) child pornography; or (c) harmful to minors (for computers that are accessed by minors).

COPPA: protects the privacy and personally-identifying information of children under the age of 13 who use online services.

FERPA: Protects the privacy of student education records. Schools need written permission from parents or eligible students to release any information from a student's education record.

Copyright: Protects all original, creative works in a fixed form. Works created after January 1, 1978, are covered by copyright for a term equaling the life of the author plus 70 years after their death. Not included: facts and public information, printed maps, or government documents or pictures (Images and text from sources like NASA, the Smithsonian, and the National Archives can be used without permission)

Fair Use: Promotes freedom of expression by permitting "the unlicensed used of copyright-protected works under certain circumstances" a sort of legal counterbalance to copyright that allows for creativity. Four factors are used to determine if something is protected by fair use.

Washington House Bill 1365: Procuring and supporting appropriate computers and devices for public school students and instructional staff. The district is required to report to OSPI every other November on the status of our 1:1 program. The district is also required to provide training and support to students and families on how to use and be safe on their school-issued devices.

Wahluke School District- School Board Policy and Procedures

2022- Electronic Resources & Internet Safety

2022P- Electronic Resources & Internet Safety (AUP)

2025- Copyright Compliance