Loudoun County Public Schools embraces the importance of technology in the educational lives of students. Access to technologies enables instant access to a wealth of information, references and collaborative resources on the web. These resources can support the learning activities that are a part of daily classroom instruction. BYOT also supports the One to the World instructional initiative as it provides students with the connectivity to the tools and information they need, connects students with a global audience, and connects students to those with whom they can collaborate.
What devices can access the LCPS wireless network?
Students may use any privately owned electronic "Internet-ready" device, including, but not limited to, laptops, netbooks, tablets, cell phones (not recommended for Elementary) and e-readers. Each BYOT device should have wireless A, G, or N capabilities. Wireless B devices are not supported for Wi-Fi network connectivity. Devices will connect to the LCPS-Open wifi network that provides content filtering. Students will not be permitted to use a private data plan at school.