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I use http://www.studentinsurancepartners.com/ at MSJ.  They have been easy
to work with.   I have had to make 4 claims this year (smashed monitors).

The policy we have costs us $50/yr/per device for $500 worth of coverage
(accidental, lost, stolen), with a $25 deductible.    The way we have it set
up is to have the parents pay the $50 per year, but the school handles any
claims. (this was a recommended model by SIP).




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On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 8:59 AM, Kristen Courcelle
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> Hi All,
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> I know there have been a lot of conversations on 1:1 initiatives, so
> forgive me if this is a repeated request.
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> In South Burlington, we are working on a 1:1 laptop rollout for 8th and 9
> th graders next year and we are interested in how other schools with 1:1s
> are handling:
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>          Policies for theft and damage
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>          Fees (if any) to cover insurance or other related costs
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>          Student guidelines and expectations
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> Thanks,
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> *Kristen Courcelle*
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> Technology Integration Specialist
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> South Burlington School District
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> 802-652-7169
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