Student Device Information
2021-22 School Year Device Deposit information
We will provide Chromebook for every student to use at school and at home (if needed) to support their learning in the 2021-22 school year.
We heard from parents concerned about the potential cost of repairs or replacement of devices which can be more than $250.
We are pleased to offer a low-cost device deposit program.
For a one-time $25 (down $10 from 2020-21) deposit (or less for low income students and multi-child families), the deposit will cover the cost of one device repair and a discounted rate of $75 replacement for a lost or stolen Chromebook. If additional repairs are needed, a deductible would be charged. Details on the coverage are below.
To benefit from this program, pay the deposit by October 1. You may do this by logging into your parent account in Tyler SIS and complete the required eform which is highlighted in yellow. You will be asked to choose from one of the following options:
- accept deposit and then pay online or drop off payment at school or
- waive the device deposit because you qualify for free or reduced lunch
- decline deposit
Did you know?
Our secondary students are issued a device they will use throughout their time at the school.
2021-22 Kuna School District Device Deposit
- $25 Annual Deposit for one student in a family
- $45 Annual Deposit for two students in a family
- $60 Annual Deposit for three students in a family
- $70 Annual Deposit for four or more students in a family
Deposit waiver available for students on free or reduced price lunch
Family pays $25
Family pays $25
Family pays $30
Replacement of lost, broken beyond repair, or stolen device
Family for replacement device
Charging cords are not covered by deposit. Replacement for lost or damaged cords will be $20.
Welcome to the Kuna School District Technology Department. With our rapidly growing district and ever-changing technology needs, this constant state of flux can be daunting -- 1:1 mobile devices, upgrading from analog to digital clocks and intercom systems, improving building security with more cameras and key card doors -- but also exciting; never before has technology offered educational institutions so many excellent options.
Director of IT: Mark Thayer