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Repair and Replacement Cost
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Repair and Replacement Costs

• In recognition of the advantages that come from being issued a

Device and the considerable expense to MCS in funding the

Device program, the student and student’s parent/guardian

acknowledge that they must bear some risk for the possibility that

the Device may be damaged, lost, or stolen.

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• Determination of accidental, negligent, or deliberate damage will be

made by local school administration.

• Accidental damage of the Device may result in a $20 fine per incident

in order to cover the administrative and labor costs of device repair.

• Loss of Device, Charger, and/or Protective Bag will result in charges

for the full replacement cost of the lost items.

• Malicious damage (as determined by school administration) of the

Device, Charger, and/or Protective Bag will result in charges for the

full replacement cost of the damaged items.

• For purposes of this document, the replacement cost will be the actual

cost to MCS at the time of replacement of a new Device in Moore

County, North Carolina, at retail price.

• For purposes of this document, the repair cost is the actual cost to

MCS to have the Device fully repaired by a qualified repair

technician of MCS’ choosing to the condition the Device was in

when it was originally issued to the student.

• MCS reserves the right to decline to issue a replacement Device if it

determines, in its sole discretion, that the risk of loss or damage to

the replacement Device is unacceptable. The decision not to issue

a replacement Device shall not excuse the student and his

parent/guardian from any fees associated with the loss, theft, or

damage of any previously-issued MCS Devices, given that those

fees are intended to help offset the actual cost to MCS of repair or

replacement of MCS property.

• Students may be barred from participating in extracurricular activities for

failure to pay fees, including any technology fees. Seniors may also be

barred from participating in graduation ceremonies until all fees are paid

in full.

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