Supporting a "cloud-based" learning environment


Thank you for your interest in Chico Unified School District’s plan to place a Chromebook in the hands - and backpack - of every secondary student.

We hope this page addresses your questions, concerns and provides you with the information needed to make “one-to-one” successful for our secondary community. If you don't find what you need, please submit your question using the "contact us" form below.


Junior High - 1:1 Chromebook End-of-the-Year INFORMATION

Dear Students:
  • You get to keep your Chromebook through summer vacation, but only if you will be attending Chico High, Pleasant Valley, Chico Jr., Bidwell Jr., Marsh Jr. or Oak Bridge Academy next school year
    • If you are NOT attending one of the six mentioned schools, RETURN the Chromebook to your school or District Office to avoid being charged for the cost of the device
  • Take good care of your Chromebook and use it responsibly, following school and home rules
    • Give yourself a tech break and limit your “screen time”
  • A Chromebook Protection Plan will be available for $32 through the Aeries Parent Portal during the 2018/19 online Re-registration here for the full End-of-the-Year information letter

Security with SECURLY and Internet Filtering

Your home, your rules with SECURLY
If you don't approve of a website,

Securly is a cloud based web filter that CUSD uses to meet CIPA compliance with our student Chromebooks on and off our network.  Some of the features of the Securly Parent Portal are the ability to view browsing history and block access to additional websites.

For more information, visit our Securly page.

Chromebook Slideshows

Welcome to your new Chromebook
"Instructions for students on proper care of their Chromebook"
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"General introduction to using your new Chromebook"
This page was last modified on June 4, 2018 by Lori Sullivan

Who Participates? 

All secondary students are included. We believe one-to-one is needed at this time in education: 

  • Writing, reading and effective research are crucial
  • Students need to learn the productivity tools of a modern-day workplace to be college and career ready 
  • More and more assessments and educational content are delivered online
  • College and Careers are technology-centric 

One-to-one refers to a learning environment where students have "anytime-anywhere" access to web-based resources as well as the digital tools that allow students to create, curate and collaborate. 

Teacher Confession about using technology graphic

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