Technology at REMS

DCSD Device Request form

Devices in the Classroom

Renaissance crews use technology throughout the school day for projects, learning, research, submitting work, testing, and other educational purposes as determined by the teacher. Following DCSDs 1-1 ratio of technology to students, a device is assigned to each new student according to their grade:

  • iPads are assigned to each student in grades K-1. 

  • Chromebooks are assigned to each student in grades 2-6.

Students are expected to review the REMS Technology Agreement with their parent/guardian during the Express Check-In process so they are aware of the responsibilities and safety requirements associated with using a device at school.

Remote Learning

During remote learning, these devices are available for students to take home.  The first step is to complete the DCSD Device Request Form and to make sure you have completed the REMS Technology Agreement (linked above).  Next, coordinate with your child's teacher to make arrangements to pickup the device.  

Technology Issues

If you and your child are having difficulties with the currently assigned device while in remote learning, please reach out to our CRT using the Ask for Tech Support form

Broken Device/Lost Charger

If a REMS device were to become damaged, please complete the Tech Support Form above to arrange for a loaner device.  For cracked screens, missing keys and lost chargers, the fee is $40 and can be paid through MySchoolBucks, search the REMS web store. If other repairs are needed or a full replacement is required, additional fees may be assessed.


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