The 1:1 Laptop Program (one laptop to one student) supports the Asheboro High School course of studies and affords students equitable access to hardware, software and network resources. The laptop is a technology tool for learning and developing communication, collaboration and problem solving skills necessary for participation and leadership in a global community. Intentional and meaningful technology use in the course of studies and student activities engages students in digital citizenship. Students are assigned a laptop that provides wireless access to the Internet and campus network resources along with software, ongoing training, laptop support and maintenance. The laptop assigned to each student is the property of the Asheboro City School district and is for the student’s use during the school year. Students in Grades 9-12 use the laptop in most classes and are expected to bring it to school each day and use it for homework. The laptop must be returned by summer vacation for upgrades and maintenance. Each student is personally responsible for the care and use of the laptop issued to them. Technical support is available in the Media Center Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.