Chromebook Central

The Burrillville School Department issues our Grade 2 to Grade 12 students with HP Chromebooks and chargers.

Please see the following links for information on our 1:1 Chromebook initiative at the Burrillville School Department:

Chromebook Insurance

Chromebook insurance is available through the Worth Ave Group and is optional for families. Please see the following links for information on Chromebook insurance:

In order to enroll the device into the insurance plan, you will need your student's ID number.

Chromebook Insurance FAQs

Do I need Chromebook insurance?

We believe that insuring the Chromebook for the time your student is at the Burrillville High School is a great idea! The partnership with the Rhode Island Trust and the Worth Ave Group provides an unlimited number of zero-deductible claims for standard perils (fire, flood, vandalism), accidental damages (drops, spills, cracked screens), and theft (with police report).

How do I enroll a Chromebook into the insurance program?

You can insure the Chromebook during the next open enrollment window (September/October) by visiting

What if I elect not to insure the Chromebook?

If you elect not to insure the Chromebook through the program, you will be responsible for reporting any damage to your student's school administration. Your student will be issued a loaner while the Chromebook is repaired by our Technology Department, and you will be billed for the repairs.

For comparison, here's a list of common repair costs if done by our Technology Department:
Screen replacement - $40
Keyboard replacement - $70
Track-pad replacement - $30
Liquid damage or motherboard replacement - $200

As you can see, insurance through Worth Ave Group is a cost-effective way to avoid costly repairs.

What can we do to protect the Chromebook?

We’ve put together a list of Chromebook Usage Expectations that cover the basics on how to care for and protect the Chromebook. Please take a moment to review them with your student.