(Click the above link to view presentation from Parent Information Coffee from May 25th)
     BYOT stands for Bring Your Own Technology, and is an initiative for students to bring their own Internet-enabled devices to school. Devices that allow the student to create content (e.g. laptops or tablets) and that have a keyboard are best suited for our students. Phones or other devices that connect to 3G or 4G networks are not recommended as they can connect to open (unfiltered) networks. All devices should use WiFi to connect to filtered school networks as necessary.   Students who have submitted their signed Student Rights and Responsibilities Agreement via StudentVue or ParentVue, may, at the discretion of their classroom teachers, begin to use their own technology for academic purposes in the classroom.   Students will connect their devices to Algonkian’s wireless network, (LCPS Open) and use them for academic purposes only.  BYOT is now common in most all LCPS schools. 
    Algonkian students grades 3 though 5 will be issued their own personal device. Please read the LCPS Student Device handbook , Parent FAQ and Student FAQ for any further qustions. http://blogs.lcps.org/studenttech/handbook/
Last Modified on July 7, 2023