What is BYOD?
The Bring Your Own Device program, or BYOD, is a partnership between the Department of Education (DET), Castlemaine Secondary College (CSC) and families to provide students with access to technology at school.
DET provides internet access through its wireless networks at no cost to students on the understanding and agreement of the DET’s Acceptable Use Policy as well as a signed agreement with the CSC. CSC provides online platforms, learning resources and technical assistance to support student learning, and families provide a compatible electronic device to suit personal circumstances, rather than being locked into one form of technology.
Technology has become an integral part to student learning from Year 7 onwards with all students required to bring their device to school on a daily basis.
Please click on link to open BYOD letter to parents 2018
LWT Notebook Portal for parents wanting to
purchase laptops and notebooks for 2019.
Click on link https://castlemaine.orderportal.com.au
Access your student’s enrolment record, attendance, look at the school calendar, and book Parent Teacher interviews (when available) via XUNO.
Access to the curriculum your child is studying and the resources provided as well as assessment expectations and due dates for years 7 – 12. Moodle