Some MLTI participants who are 13 years of age or older may already have their own personal Apple ID. They should use their Apple ID in the MLTI program. For users 13 or older who do not have an Apple ID, you can follow the steps below to create an Apple ID that does not have a credit card associated to it.
The folks at LifeHacker have created a video demonstrating how to coil your charger cord without damaging it.
You can now get your battery replaced when it loses its charge at school. Just bring your laptop to room 206 to exchange it with a fully charged battery.
Please leave your charger at home and charge your battery each night.
Battery replacement is not meant to replace home charging. You must recharge your battery at home. We will not have enough replacement batteries if students do not charge their batteries at home. Batteries may not be replaced before 10:00AM.
If you have any questions please see Mr. Coffin or Mr. Arsenault in room 206.
See the following video for instructions on how to replace your battery.
Thanks to Elsa B. and Gabby B. for creating this instructional video.
dial-up home internet access is available again this year for all of
your 7th and 8th grade students (or high school students if you are a
MLTI 1:1 high school) who are eligible for free or reduced price lunch.
We have tried to make the application and set-up procedures as quick
and easy as possible in order to maximize the number of students
participating in the program.
We hope that you will encourage your eligible students to take advantage of this offer; home access is an important part of the MLTI experience which is available to most of your students but effectively denied to those who can’t afford it. Anything you can do to spread the word on this offer--through teachers and directly to the students and their parents--would be great.For More Information Go To:
All HMS students will receive their new MLTI MacBook laptops on Thursday and Friday September 3rd and 4th. All HMS laptops will remain at school until students return their signature form and $25 protection fee.
8th Grade students will begin taking their laptops home on Friday, September 11th.
7th Grade students will begin taking their laptops home on Tuesday, September 22nd.