Computer Pickup Rescheduled to September 17 and 18

DELAY: September 17 computer pickup will be delayed until 4:00. The event may be canceled if air quality does not improve.

Update: September 16

Yesterday evening, the 4J district communications office announced computer pickup times for all 4J schools. You can read the full announcement HERE.

PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COMPUTER PICKUP AT CHURCHILL

Churchill will hold computer pickup events at the following times if air quality allows.

  • Thursday, September 17, 1–7 p.m
  • Friday, September 18, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.

Churchill will NOT hold a computer pickup event on Saturday, September 19. We will only offer a Saturday event if both Thursday’s and Friday’s pickup events are canceled due to poor air quality.

You do not need to sign up for a specific time. Please come at any point during the designated times.

These are drive-through events. Please remain in your vehicle if possible. If you must arrive on foot, please look for the table designated for walk-ups. All visitors are expected to wear a mask and follow staff instructions regarding social distancing and other safety procedures.

Questions? email chs_info@4j.lane.edu.

Technology Distribution

We want distance learning to be accessible and fair to all of our families. All students are expected to check out a school-issued student laptop. The reason for this is so that we can provide support for students with updates and software that the students will need. We will not provide support for a personal device. Regardless of your student’s current device capacity, ALL students are expected to collect a district device before the start of the school year.

That being said, please come to the drive-through technology pickup. Use the link above to sign up for a time to come to the school and pick up your student’s computer.

Your safety is our top priority. Please follow school staff instructions and physical distancing guidelines for the State of Oregon. Masks are required. Staff members will wear masks and gloves.

Instructions for starting up your student computer.

Student computers haven’t been charged over the summer. The battery may be drained. In order for the computer to function properly, please follow these steps.

  1. Plug in and charge the computer for at least one hour.
  2. Connect the computer to your home WiFi.
  3. Let the computer continue to charge to 100%.
  4. Password to sign in to the student user account: student

 

 

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