Device Request Information
Parents/Guardians and Students,
During the times of hardship that COVID-19 has brought to everyone worldwide, Baldwin Park Unified School District is working to provide a Chromebook so your students may continue their education. We are pleased to announce the District has Chromebooks that are available for your student to borrow until students are back in school. Please be mindful that the District wants to focus on supplying devices to the most needy of families due to the limited availability of devices. Thus, if you have a device for your child to use at home please do not submit a request for one.
Please fill out the Baldwin Park Unified School District - Student Chromebook Request Form (or click on the picture at the bottom if this page to redirect you there). Please only submit one form with your Eldest student’s information*. If you qualify you will pick up the device at your eldest student's school. If you need further assistance, please contact your student's school site and a staff member will assist you in filling out the form. You will receive a confirmation via email once the form is successfully submitted to indicate your eligibility.
Requests that are completed by 11 a.m. will be available to pick up at your Eldest student’s school one school day after the form is completed the hours of 9:00-11:00 a.m. Families that receive a device must return the device when school begins or immediately upon request or immediately upon leaving the District.
When coming to pick up the device**, please follow the steps below:
- Parent/Guardian and the student must be present
- Parent/Guardian must come with an ID, email confirmation after completing survey, and student’s ID
- Parent/Guardian and student will be required to complete and sign the "Device Take-Home Guide and Agreement" located at the bottom of this page or click here for English, Español
*PLEASE NOTE: ONLY ONE DEVICE WILL BE ISSUED PER HOUSEHOLD/FAMILY
**After receiving the device, it is HIGHLY recommended that you supply a case to protect from any damage as families may be charges for damaged devices.
FOR FAMILIES THAT DO NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS, SPECTRUM IS PROVIDING FREE INTERNET ACCESS
(For more information on that see link below):
Separately, through the generosity of the 1 Million Project (aka Sprint Foundation) the district has a very limited amount of free hotspots for high school students ONLY.