Device Distribution

  • A Letter for Parents

    Horry County Schools Informational Technology Services strives to ensure all students have access to the resources and devices needed to be academically successful.  As a result of school closures, we are committed to providing a Personalized Digital Learning (PDL) device to all students in grades 3-12.  Please read the following information: 

    Parents/guardians will be allowed to pick up digital devices at the school(s) where their student(s) attend.  Pick up times will be as follows: 

    Device Distribution Schedule
    Wednesday, March 18thth -  7:00 am – 1:00 pm
    Thursday, March 19th - 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Friday, March 20thth -  8:00 am – 11:00 am

    Parents/guardians will need to present their driver’s license or another form of identification.  Otherwise, all HCS buildings will be closed to the public.

    Parents/guardians will be required to sign a Parent Permission/Usage Form, if they have not already done so, when they pick up the digital device.

    Parents/guardians will have the option to pay a reduced technology fee of $12, which will provide limited coverage for any damage to the device while it is being used at home. 

     

    Frequently Asked Questions 

    • What if I have issues with the device while I am at home?

    Parents, students, and employees may call the Technology Help Desk at (843) 488-6825 for assistance.

    • What if I do not pay the technology fee of $12?

    The technology fee is optional.  If the parent doesn’t pay the $12 technology fee, he/she will assume all responsibility for a device that is damaged while at home.

    • May someone other than a parent or guardian pick up a device for a student?

    Devices may be picked up by the parent, guardian, or other adult contact listed in PowerSchool.

    • Does the student have to be present to receive a device?

    The student does not have to accompany the parent for device pickup.

    • What if my high school student has left his device or charger at school?

    If your high school student has left his/her device or charger at school, you may contact the school to determine a time you may retrieve the equipment.

Last Modified on March 18, 2020