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Chromebook distribution at high schools
Bullitt County Public Schools has started a 1:1 Chromebook initiative called “Access 24”. This initiative is in an effort to embrace 21st Century Learning. Launch parties were held at each high school beginning with Bullitt Central. Microcomputer Specialist Jordan Cox assisted students with logging in to their new Chromebook which were issued to freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Students and parents became acquainted with Chromebooks at Bullitt Central. Computer and Intelligent Classroom Technician David Johnson assists a Bullitt Central student with her new Chromebook. A Bullitt Central student logs in to his new Chromebook. Lines of Bullitt East High School students and parents stretched into the parking lot at the start of Chromebook distribution day. Technology Integration Specialist Keith Barnes hands a new Chromebook to a Bullitt East student. Bullitt East Library Media Center Assistant Dr. Christine McIntosh works with students and their new Chromebooks. Access Control and Computer Technician Troy Cischke assists students with log in to their new Chromebooks. Bullitt East students work together during Chromebook distribution day. North Bullitt High School students and parents prepare for Chromebook distribution. Technology Integration Specialist Amy Cuenca issues a Chromebook to a North Bullitt student. North Bullitt High School sophomore Michael Gathof listens to instructions from teacher Thomas Druen while logging in to his new Chromebook. Chromebooks fill a table as Technology Integration Specialist Keith Barnes issues one of the devices to a student. Network, Telephony and Computer Technician Adam Bates shows a student his password to log onto his Chromebook.