School buildings are closed in Oregon for the remainder of the school year, but school is still in session. The Oregon Department of Education has offered distance learning guidelines that school districts must have in place by April 13. In order to support students in their distance learning, many districts are loaning out devices to students.
Here’s how to get yours:
Portland Public Schools
Fill out this form. You’ll be able to pick up the device (while being able to maintain safe social distancing) from several locations throughout Portland.
Fill out this form. You’ll be able to pick up the device (while being able to maintain safe social distancing) from several locations throughout Eugene.
You can also can contact the district about technology and online access needs by phone at 541-790-7530 (English) or 541-790-7531 (Spanish).
Salem-Keizer School District
Devices will be made available at each of the district’s six traditional high schools – McKay, McNary, North Salem, South Salem, Sprague and West Salem – on Friday, April 10 from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Pre-register here.
Hillsboro School District
If you do not yet have a Chromebook, Hillsboro School District asks you to please contact your school directly to make arrangements.
Beaverton School District
Chromebooks have been distributed to all students. Get additional technology assistance from the district here.
Find more resources on the Oregon Department of Education's Distance Learning for All page.