Chromebook Help

Battle Ground Public Schools provides Chromebooks to students in grades 6-12 who do not have access to a computing device at home.

Chromebook  and technology help

Students who need help with their school-issued Chromebook or technology should contact their school teacher-librarian during regular school hours.

Student Accounts

If your student cannot remember their password, you can help them retrieve it via Skyward. See this tutorial for where to access this information.

Información de la Cuenta De Red Escolar del Estudiante.


WiFi Hotspots

Students without a reliable home internet connection can request a district-provided WiFi Hotspot to use for school work. Funding made available through the federal government’s Emergency Connectivity Fund will allow the district to provide this resource for the remainder of this school year, or as long as funding is available. Interested families should fill out a Hotspots Needs form online

Internet access

Some cell phone providers allow you to use your mobile device to create a hotspot that allows you to connect other devices to the internet. Call your wireless network provider (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, etc.) to explore this option.

Xfinity Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program (formerly the Emergency Broadband Benefit) can provide a credit of up to $30 per month for qualified customers of Comcast Xfinity Internet. Eligibility information and details on applying for the credit is available through the Xfinity website.

Bring a signed agreement if possible!

All parents/guardians must review and sign the 1:1 Mobile Device Checkout Agreement. We will have copies available to sign at the school. The 1:1 Mobile Device Checkout Agreement form is available in multiple languages:


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