The Starkville Oktibbeha School District is preparing to distribute more than 4000 chromebooks to students purchased through the Equity in Distance Learning Act (EDLA). Device distribution begins November 4 for Armstrong Jr. High School students and November 5 for Starkville High School students. All device distribution will occur at Partnership Middle School.
For more on what to expect, watch our video and check out our Frequently Asked Questions at the link below:
After watching the video and reviewing our FAQ's, sign up for a date/time to pick up your child's device. Please note some slots are designated as virtual student only, and some are designated for a specific school only. Please choose an appropriate time slot for your child according to the description of each time slot. Please include your child's name, school, grade and traditional or virtual in the comment section of the sign up. Ex: John Doe, AJHS, 8th, Virtual
Each student must be present to receive his/her device, and a parent or guardian must accompany the student to the chromebook distribution to sign required paperwork to receive device. Devices will not be distributed to students who are not present or to students who do not have a parent/guardian present to sign required paperwork. Only two people, including 1 student and 1 parent, will be allowed inside the distribution areas to accommodate social distancing. Masks are required, and temperature checks will also be completed upon arrival. All device distribution will occur at Partnership Middle School. Please enter on the east end of the building at the bus lane. Please park in the parking lot. Do NOT park or drive thru the bus lane.
Sign up for an appropriate time to pick up your child's device at the link below:
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.