Laptop Info

Secondary students will be issued a new LWSD laptop computer and power cord/charger at the start of the school year in 6th grade and in 9th grade for the duration of middle school and/or high school.  

All students will comply with the LWSD’s Student Electronic Resources and Internet Safety Policy (2022P) and the LWSD Student Laptop Handbook. The use of the equipment can be restricted or revoked for inappropriate use. 

For further information on technology click here.

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We have created the following short video (1min10sec) with information on expectations around laptops at Inglewood Middle School for students and families to review: 

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Laptop Roll Out - September 8th, 2023

  • 6th grade students will receive laptops on Friday, September 8th in the IMS library during school.
  • LWSD moved the laptop agreement form to Parent Square for parents to sign digitally. 
  • All Students and Parents please read the Laptop Handbook. Students are expected to treat LWSD laptops with care.
  • Returning students (7th & 8th grade) should have kept laptops over the summer, if they opted to return their devices, they will receive those back during the laptop roll-out on Friday, September 8th in the IMS library during school.
  • Returning students should have registered for the LWSD password registration recovery tool
  • New Students will receive their laptops in the library on Friday, September 8th in the IMS library during school.
  • Returning students who need tech help go to the library (and if you did not do so over the summer remember next time to turn your laptop on occasionally to run updates and register for the LWSD password registration recovery tool
  • All students must now use the LWSD password registration recovery tool to change their password.

Register for Self Service Password Reset

We are encouraging secondary students to register for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) as soon as they can. This will be the first summer that secondary students (incoming 7th & 8th graders and incoming 10th - 12th graders) will keep their devices over the summer (2023), and the ability to reset their own passwords may be helpful in addition to the Family Tech Access support that will also be available. 

Staff and students that wish to be able to recover their own password from any internet attached device need to first register a secondary authentication method with their account for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR).

For directions on how to register for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) click here.

Don't know if you have registered for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR)? You can check here.

Recover your password
If you have previously registered for Self Service Password Reset (SSPR), you can now use the self-service password recovery tool.