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District Technology Offerings

         District Technology Offerings       

*Every classroom in the building is equipped with a Smart board, project, a teacher computer and at least one student computer.

*The entire building is hard wired with a T One Fiber and we also have a backup connection with T One fiber.

*The entire building also has wireless throughout. The elementary has a login connection. This requires students to log on and off of the system when changing access points, but does allow them to go anywhere in the elementary wing and get wireless serve. Our secondary wing has an open connection, allowing students and staff to walk around the building while staying connected all of the time.

*K-12 we have three desktop labs that can be check out by staff, when computer class is not in session. To go along with those labs we have four mobile netbook labs that can be checked out by staff at any time.

*K-12 we have 375 of computers for 700 students, which is a ratio of about 1 computer for every two students.

*Our K-12 Media Center has ten computers for students and staff use while the Media Center’s circulation system is completely online, as well as our AR (Accelerated Reading) program and our test prep program called Method Test Prep, which is part of Career Cursing.   

*A complete K-12 Technology curriculum aligned to state and national standards.

*New Elementary specials computer class for students in K-6 grades

*Tech Ed and BST (computers) are two one semester classes that each 7th and 8th grade must take as an elective.  Each 8th grader must take a Technology assessment to pass the class.

*Each 10th grader must take a yearlong BST (computers) class, with an Online component to graduate.

*Our Special Needs students have access to I POD and I PADS in the Special Education classrooms.

*Google Apps

*PowerSchool

*The district is working on Online course development and a new policy, so students can BYOD’s to school to use as educational tools.

 

 

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