Structure and Process

Last Updated: 12/26/2019 7:09 PM

Pilot Process

STANDARDS AND FUNDING 

The technical support team in the IT department has piloted several possible laptops that meet the teacher needs and that fits into the funding restrictions. Sustainability is an important component when selecting and purchasing devices. The 1:1 pilot program for the 2016-17 sophomore class used an Acer Teamview 117 laptop. 

INFRASTRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS

Over the last three years, the district has improved the infrastructure in preparation for expanding access to digal resources and modbile devices.

 

FEES, DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION

Fees

$100 per year - Includes full accidental insurance for 9th, 10th, & 11th grade families for the 2017-18 school year. Technology fees will be assessed during the student fee process. 

Laptops were distributed on August 15, 2017. Laptops were checked out to students via laptop serial number through the library check-out system. Laptops will be collected at the end of May and checked back in using the library check-out system. 

STAFF AND STUDENT TRAINING / SUPPORT

Ongoing training and support is associated with strong one-to-one programs. Access to support and/or mentoring at school or off-campus are key components in assisting students and teachers to be able to construct personal knowledge, technical skills, and to participate in online learning experiences which promote positive student outcomes.  

Staff - Staff not only have access to training opportunities via the media specialist, they have access to lynda.com, simplek12.com, and the option to attend technology integration conferences.

Students - students are trained by teachers on projects, have access to lynda.com, ask for assistance from the media specialist, and can request a technology mentor via the student help desk. 

FAMILY INVOLVEMENT

Families are encouraged to ask students about the one-to-one program and how their student is utilizing the device for learning. Families can encourage responsible use of laptops. Families are also encouraged to provide information when surveys are sent asking for family input on the one-to-one program.  

Parent/guardians of students in the one-to-one laptop program can review information and documentation found in this one-to-one section of the website. Questions can also be directed to those names listed in the contact section.