APS Student Technology Contract Now Includes Damage Costs
Posted on 05/16/2024

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APS Student Technology Contract Now Includes Damage Costs

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Aurora Public Schools has not charged students and their families for any damages to district-issued technology devices like Chromebooks. APS has followed this policy to ensure that students and their families had easy and equitable access to remote learning while schools were closed or students were ill, even after the pandemic ended.

Now that remote learning at most schools has ended and additional federal funding for devices is no longer available, schools will again begin charging families for any damages incurred to district devices during the 2024-25 school year. Please note that the first incident of damage will not be charged. Any following incidents will be charged based on the type of damage.  

During online registration and online student check-in for the 2024-25 school year, parents will now sign a student technology device contract that also lists potential costs for any damage to district-issued technology devices. Parents must sign this contract for their student to be issued a Chromebook or other device that they can bring home. 

If you have any questions about the new technology device contract and the possible damage costs, please contact 303-326-1985.