PARENTS/STUDENTS: Thank you for filling out the ONLINE LEARNING SURVEY. It gave us the information we needed to prepare devices for each campus. You are now welcome to fill out the Device CheckOut Contract in any way that is convenient for you if your home is in need of equipment for online learning. 

DEVICE CHECKOUT CONTRACT  Laptop check out will require the student to come to the campus and log in to the laptop before it will acknowledge their username and password. We will invite you to come when a device is ready. 

PICKING UP DEVICES! You must have been contacted by the Tech Dept to pick up a device (called or emailed). To keep the 10 rule in place, do not just show up. 

WE HAVE FREE DEVICES that you may keep: If you are interested in a FREE older device (Lenovo Netbook or Netbook Tablet) email tech@arpisd.org.

HOTSPOTS: We are waiting for the hotspots to arrive in the district. They have NOT arrived yet --Tentative Date - April 7th.  So we will notify you by email when those devices are ready for pickup

HAVE A QUESTION? Email - tech@arpisd.org 

SCHEDULING multiple students in the home. We are asking that you devise a schedule for multiple students in your home to do their online work since only one laptop per family will be distributed for now.  It is recommended that children 3-6 years old spend only 30 minutes a day on screen. 7-12-year-olds should work no more than 1 hour per day and older students only 3-4 hours a day on screen. This includes TV as well as electronic devices. Keeping students on a schedule will also help them do their best.

DEVICE CHECK OUT VIDEO - Please watch before coming to pick up your device.


NEED WIFI? The nation is 8 weeks behind in manufacturing enough Hotspot for all the demand. This is not surprising. Here is a temporary solution - do your work from home, save on your device and then come to the school parking lot, cafeteria picnic areas, or football stadium to upload work to your teachers. 

Hotspots are being shipped and we will let you know when they are available for your age group. In the meantime, please watch the video below.