Anti-Virus Information: It is very important that you have anti-virus protection on your computer.

IF YOU HAVE BEEN USING THE CUSD-PROVIDED AVG AND ARE GETTING A WARNING MESSAGE: The CUSD license for AVG will expire on January 8, 2015 and will no longer be updated for current virus threats. If you have received the warning message shown below, you can choose to pay for an AVG renewal on your own, or you can click Remind me later and uninstall the program through Control Panel > Add and Remove Programs. If you uninstall AVG, you will need to obtain another anti-virus program. If you would like a free solution, you may use Microsoft Security Essentials, available here, or you may purchase software on your own.

If you have Windows 8: Your laptop came pre-installed with Windows Defender.

If you have Windows 7 or older, you can download Microsoft Security Essentials for free. Click here for information on installing.


AAAL Headlines

NEW: Download Microsoft Office 2013 for FREE (for CUSD students only)


2014 Recommended Bundles Informational Flyer

2014 Recommended Bundles Ordering Packet

2014 Laptop Camp: Download Registration Form  OR  REGISTER ONLINE


Troubleshooting Guide for AAAL Laptop Teachers

CUSD Bundles

All CUSD Bundles purchased through come with a 2-year warranty which includes Accidental Damage Protection. These machines may be serviced through the CUSD Technology Service Center at 1542 David E. Cook Way, where loaners are normally available while your machine is being repaired.

About AAAL

The vision of the Anytime, Anywhere, Anyone Learning with Laptops program (AAAL) in the Clovis Unified School District is to have any student in grades seven through twelve using a computer anytime they need to and anywhere they are.  The AAAL program is available at all District intermediate schools.

The program is a partnership with parents, the school district, and Lenovo to provide greater access to technology for students. We learned that when students have access to a laptop computer anytime and anywhere, powerful changes begin to occur in students’ schoolwork and in their learning.

The mainstay of the AAAL program is what is known as a laptop immersion class, where every student uses their own laptop every day. However, the schools also work hard to maximize the availability of the program using a variety of strategies. Some schools rotate classroom sets of computers to different classrooms for the students to use. Another strategy being used is the "in-class loaner" program, where District-owned laptops are kept in selected classrooms for the year. Students use these in-class loaners during the school day, and rely on their own computers at home.

Contact Information

Alta Sierra Coordinator
Aaron Cook
Clark Coordinator
Nick Boris
Granite Ridge Coordinator
Lisamarie Slater
Kastner Coordinator
Tachua Vue
Reyburn Coordinator
Peggy Finch
Program Coordinator
Debbie Nelson

Providing Laptop Opportunities for Clovis students since 1996



The following chart lists 2015 Parent Information Night times; each school's presentation will be linked to the school name once their info night has passed.



School (name linked to presentation once their info night has passed)




Kastner Intermediate School

Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.


Reyburn Intermediate School

Library Lecture Hall

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.


Granite Ridge Intermediate School

GR Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.


Alta Sierra Intermediate School

Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.


Clark Intermediate School

Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.