Mission Statement: The Technology Department will maintain a robust, safe learning environment that will provide all students and staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to seamlessly integrate technology into their daily lives.
- Student Device Overview and Equipment Agreement Form
- Learning Management System (LMS) SeeSaw Prek-2
- Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas Grades 3-12
- Digital Citizenship / Internet Safety / Internet Privacy
- CCPS Technology Plan
- PreK-12 FAQ
Mobile Learning Device Use Agreement Overview:
Please review the following guidelines to develop an understanding of the responsibilities associated with a CCPS loaned mobile learning device. CCPS mobile learning devices and accessories are provided for educational purposes only and are intended to support the learning objectives of CCPS. However, due to the possibility of misuse, a student loaned mobile learning device or access to any CCPS network is a student's privilege and not a right.
Equipment. CCPS is loaning the following Equipment for the exclusive use of the Student. The Equipment is the property of CCPS and is on loan to the Student for educational purposes only, subject to the conditions herein.
Student Grade Level
Equipment loaned (1 per student)
Estimated Replacement Cost
iPad plus charger
Laptop plus charger
Term of Agreement and Return of Equipment. CCPS is loaning the Equipment to the Student for the current School Year. The Student’s use of the Equipment is a privilege and can be revoked at any time. The Student must return the Equipment upon the request of CCPS at the end of the school year or if the Student withdraws from CCPS.
Inspection by CCPS. The Student has no expectation of privacy in his/her use of the Equipment. CCPS reserves the right to monitor the Student’s use of the Equipment, to periodically inspect the Equipment, and anything stored on it without prior notice. The same monitoring policy applies to any CCPS loaner device given to a student while their assigned device is out for repair.
Use of and Care for the Equipment.
•The Equipment is to be used for educational purposes only, and the Student’s use of the Equipment must comply with all applicable School Board Policies and Regulations, including the Acceptable Computer System Use Policy IIBEA/GAB, Regulation IIBEA/GAB
•The Student is responsible for the reasonable care of the Equipment and should place it in a secure location (locked up when possible) when not in use. The Student should take care not to drop it or get it wet, and must not leave it outdoors or in a car in extreme weather conditions or use it near food or drink. The Student may clean the Equipment with a soft, dry cloth only but may not remove any protective case to clean it.
•The Student will transport the Equipment as needed and bring it to School each day, fully charged. The Student and Parent/Guardian understand that if the Student comes to school without his/her Equipment, the Student may not be able to participate in classroom activities, and his/her grade may be affected.
•The Equipment is for the Student’s exclusive use. The Student may not lend the Equipment to anyone, including friends or siblings. The Student will not alter, disfigure, or deface the Equipment or cover up any numbering, lettering, or insignia displayed on the Equipment. The Student will not alter or remove any CCPS software, programs or applications from the Equipment, and will not load any software, programs or applications on the Equipment.
•The Student is responsible for all personal data contained on the Equipment, and CCPS is not responsible for data loss. The Student should regularly back up all files and data to external media such as flash drives, Google Drive, or hard drives.
Security Measures. CCPS has installed security measures on the Equipment that will function outside the Division’s network filters. These tools may be used to track CCPS’s inventory and are intended to filter or block access to sites with child pornography, obscenity, and material CCPS deems to be harmful to juveniles as defined in Va. Code §18.2-390. While CCPS uses these technology protection measures to limit access to material considered harmful or inappropriate to students, it may not be possible for the school division to prevent such access absolutely, and the Parent/Guardian should supervise the Student’s use of the Equipment while at home.
Responsibility for Loss or Damage and Duty to Report. The Student and/or Parent/Guardian are responsible for the repair or replacement costs, whichever is less, for any damage to or loss of the Equipment. Damage includes, but is not limited to, defacing of the Equipment, broken or damaged components, and conditions beyond normal wear associated with the use of the Equipment. Accidents do happen, and the school administration will determine if the damage was due to negligence in each case. The Student and the Parent/Guardian are not to attempt to repair the Equipment. CCPS will manage all Equipment repairs. If the Equipment is lost or stolen, the Student and/or Parent/Guardian must file a police report within 48 hours The Student and/or Parent/Guardian must immediately report to School Personnel any damage to or the loss or malfunctioning of the Equipment.
Data usage. CCPS is not responsible for any data or overage costs associated with home internet use.
Every Student and Parent will be asked to complete a Student/Parent Mobile Learning Device (Equipment) Use Agreement regarding any Mobile Learning Device loaned to an enrolled student. This agreement will need to be signed each school year.
Seesaw is used in CCPS's K-2 classes on a student's iPad. Seesaw introduces students to instructional technology as a way to showcase their creative projects they work on in the classroom. These projects include photos, artwork, videos, activities, notes, projects they've created in other iPad apps, and more. Explore below to learn more about Seesaw.
How Students Login:
Seesaw Getting Started Guide
Seesaw requires an invite from your child's teacher in order to sign up. If you do not have an invite QR code or link, contact your child's teacher. Up to 10 family members can connect to one child's journal.
Step 1: You will receive an email from your child's teacher to sign up as a family member on your child's account.
Step 2: Click on the link in the email to download the app or sign up using the website. https://app.seesaw.me/#/login
Choose "I’m a Family Member"
Type in the code: (shared in email)
Finish creating your account using your email address
How to message and communicate with your child's teacher
In the Seesaw Family app, tap 'Inbox'.
Select a message from the teacher, and then write your message in the box at the bottom of the screen.
To add an attachment, tap the blue Add button.
Canvas is used in grades 3-12. This LMS can be accessed on a student computer by visiting home.campbell.k12.va.us and selecting the Canvas icon or going to ccps.instructure.com. Watch the video below to see how students access Canvas.
Canvas also has a parent app to monitor your child's progress, receive messages, and send messages to your child's teacher. Watch the video below to learn more about the Parent Canvas app.
Student can generate a student pairing code for the parent app
To create a parent observer account, please visit the Campbell County Parent Login site located here: Canvas Parent Login
Step 1: Once you have clicked on the "Canvas Parent Login" link above, select "Click here for an Account"
Step 2: Enter your information and your student's "Pairing Code". This code can be received from the student's teacher or by generated by your student following the directions above.
CCPS takes internet safety, internet privacy, and digital citizenship serious. With students spending more time online, it has become important to help students develop a mastery of digital citizenship. Campbell County Public School promotes developing our K-12 students' understanding of digital citizenship to promote safe digital habits. CCPS integrates Digital Citizenship lessons using a curriculum provided by Common Sense Media. This award-winning curriculum, is designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Learn more here. To learn more about digital citizenship, internet safety and internet privacy explore family resources found here.
The CCPS Technology Plan is modeled after the Educational Technology Plan for Virginia and is written to enable CCPS to be a leader in the use of technology and expand student learning opportunities. The 2022-2027 CCPS Technology Plan can be viewed here.
- Parent / Student Portal (Infinite Campus)
- Student Records
- Student Enrollment
- CCPS Mobile App
- School Messenger and SMS Text Notifications
- Internet Hotspots Map
Campbell County Public Schools uses Infinite Campus' Parent and Student Portal to give parents and guardians access to student information including attendance, grades, schedules, assignments, food service, fees, notifications, assessments and more.
You can access the Parent and Student Ports here.
Parent and Account Management Links:
Still need help accessing the Portal?
- More information can be found on CCPS'S Infinite Campus Page
- Contact your student's school
- Contact email@example.com
The Campbell County School Board maintains accurate and complete records for every student enrolled in the public schools in accordance with all federal and state laws.
The Superintendent and/or his designee(s) is responsible for the collection of data, record maintenance and security, access to, and use of records, confidentiality of personally identifiable information, dissemination of information from records, and destruction of records, including the destruction of personally identifiable information regarding a student with a disability at the request of the parents. The Superintendent also provides for notification of all school division personnel of policy and procedures for management of education records and notification of parents and students of their rights regarding student records, including the right to obtain, upon request, a copy of this policy.
The following is a list of the types of records that the Campbell County Public Schools maintain, their locations, and their custodians.
- Financial School Administration Building • Michelle McClanahan • 332-8217
- Personnel School Administration Building • Amy Hunley • 332-8201
- Scholastic School Administration Building • Kim Glass • 332-8229
- Special Education School Administration Building • Nicholas Pontius • 332-8231
Visit the Student Records page to learn more.
Thank you for your interest in Campbell County Public Schools. We want your child to have a quality education. To ensure a successful enrollment, please visit the following link to learn more about the student enrollment process.
CCPS utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts, and more.
To Opt-in for SMS Text messages follow the directions below.
First, please ensure your phone number is your contact number in the Parent Portal.
Participate in this free service* by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our short code number, 67587. You can also opt out of these messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop.”
SchoolMessenger is compliant with the Student Privacy PledgeTM, so you can rest assured that your information is safe and will never be given or sold to anyone.
Information on SMS text messaging and Short Codes: SMS stands for Short Message Service and is commonly called a "text message." Most cell phones support this type of text messaging. Our notification provider, SchoolMessenger, uses a true SMS protocol developed by the telecommunications industry specifically for mass text messaging, referred to as “short code” texting. This method is fast, secure, and highly reliable because it is strictly regulated by the wireless carriers and only allows access to approved providers. If you’ve ever sent a text vote to a number like 46999 for a TV show, you have used short code texting. *Terms and Conditions – Message frequency varies. Standard message and data rates may apply. Reply HELP for help. Text STOP to cancel. Mobile carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages. See schoolmessenger.com/txt for more info. Just send “Y” or “Yes” to 67587
Procedures for Contacting the Help Desk