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District Technology
District Technology

Technology is a key component of our educational strategy as we prepare our students for their future in a computer-driven world.  The installation of SMARTBoards in classrooms throughout the district, along with our computer labs, library media centers, distance learning classrooms and video/multi-media programs is a reflection of our commitment to providing students with current, leading-edge technology and training. 

Computers are used at all grade levels with age-appropriate instruction that includes digital citizenship.  In high school, students interested in a career in engineering or computer technology have the opportunity to explore options through classes such as Computer-Aided Drafting and Design,Advanced Graphic Communications and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, or through our Project Lead The Way pre-engineering program.

Technology is also used in our district to facilitate overall student achievement.  A comprehensive information management/student assessment system allows us to closely monitor student progress, identify achievement gaps and improve instructional practices.

For more information regarding technology in our schools, please review our Comprehensive Technology Plan.

Smart Schools Bond Act
As required by state regulations, the district invites comment on the proposed plan to provide educational tools and opportunities to students to succeed in the 21st century economy, the district has examined needs and long-range planning in each area. This investment plan focuses on:
  1. Installing high-speed broadband or wireless internet connectivity for our schools to ensure a successful expansion of 1:1 devices over the next 4 years for grades 2 through 12 AND
  2. Acquiring upgraded technology equipment including interactive whiteboards and Chromebooks
For more information, please see the documents below, posted August 20, 2016.
 
 
The Smart Schools Bond Act Plan (below) was presented to the Board of Education on August 16, 2016, accepted by resolution on September 20, 2016, presented at the public hearing on October 18, 2016, and accepted by resolution as the final plan for the district on November 15, 2016.
 
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