1:1 Program

Students at table with iPads

Stott Elementary 1:1 Device Mission

Stott's one-to-one device program will empower our students to become responsible life-long learners in a global society by personalizing learning and fostering critical thinking, communication, and creativity in a technology-rich, blended learning environment.

Stott Elementa
ry began our 1:1 device program six years ago with every student being issued an iPad mini. This year, Kindergarten, first, and second graders will use iPads and our third, fourth, and fifth graders will use Chromebooks.


  • iPads and Chromebooks are checked out to individual students for the school year  and students will be allowed to take them home for homework use after school.


TechforEd Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, all Jeffco 5th and 9th graders will receive a district-issued learning device through the district 1:1 program. 5th grade students will use the same device until 9th grade when they will receive a new device. These 5th and 9th grade students will pay a $50/year Personalized Technology Use Fee This entire amount of this fee goes back to the district 1:1 program to cover the costs associated with sustaining the program: the device and protective case, digital learning tools, internet filtering, bandwidth, and additional support Accident Warranties can be purchased by families. Click HERE for information. Go to the TechforEd Community website for additional information about this program. Securly Filter

The Information Security team implemented a new home web-filtering tool for Chromebooks and iPads. The Securly solution will install automatically anytime a student logs into a Chromebook with their Jeffco account.  The Securly solution is installed automatically on all student iPads while students are connected to the internet away from school.

General Information for families:

On iPads, Students need to connect to their home WiFi network prior to connecting to Securly. 
On iPads, Students will not be able to access the Internet until they have connected to Securly. 
On iPads, Students will use the same login information used to access school/classroom assignments and resources.
On Chromebooks, students will not be prompted to connect to Securly. It will connect automatically using their Jeffco Google account.
Student filtering at home will be the same as it is when the student is at school

Students will continue to receive a block page notice when a website for their grade level is blocked or if it is blocked per district policy.

Students will see all user based apps and extensions that are pushed out by the district if they login to Chrome using their district google account at home (jeffcoschools.us). This may include extensions like LanSchool which cannot be used off district networks.

Allowed/blocked web categories (websites) are allowed based on grade levels
The grade levels have been put into the following groups, K-8 & 9-12


Directions for Connecting an iPad

Digital Citizenship

Every day good digital citizenship is reinforced by Stott teachers and staff. Our Digital Teacher Librarian, Mrs. Ostwald and STEM Coordinator, Mrs. Watkins, work with the classroom teachers to ensure that digital citizenship lessons are a part of lessons involving technology.

Common Sense Media

Visit Common Sense Media for more information about Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacy curriculum.


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