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- Technology Initiative
- The school district begins planning for a 1:1 initiative, aiming to provide a computing device for every middle school student.
- The 1:1 initiative kicks off for middle school students in grades 6-8, with each student receiving an HP 14" laptop.
- Wireless and network infrastructure at Summit and Woodside Middle Schools are upgraded to support the 1:1 program.
- Plans are made to expand the 1:1 initiative to high school students.
- Professional development programs are implemented to meet the specific needs of the 1:1 initiative.
- The 1:1 initiative expands to include every high school student in grades 9-12, with each student receiving an HP 14" laptop.
- Wireless and network infrastructure at Homestead High School buildings are upgraded to support the 1:1 program.
- Professional development programs continue to ensure educators are equipped to effectively utilize the 1:1 devices.
- Middle and high school teachers receive professional development to enhance their skills in implementing eCurriculum.
- Plans are made to extend the 1:1 initiative to the elementary schools.
- Wireless and network infrastructure at all six elementary buildings are upgraded to support the 1:1 program.
- The development of a Web 2.0 policy is initiated to complement the Acceptable Use Policy, enabling the use of additional online tools.
- The 1:1 initiative is expanded to include elementary school students in grades 3-5, with each student receiving an HP 14" laptop.
- Middle school laptops are upgraded.
- Ongoing professional development is provided to support the implementation of eCurriculum.
- Elementary teachers receive professional development tailored to the needs of the 1:1 initiative.
- The 1:1 initiative expands further to include elementary students in grades K-2, who are provided with an iPad mini.
- This marks the first year of achieving a district-wide 1:1 device ratio from kindergarten to 12th grade.
- Professional development continues for eCurriculum implementation.
- Elementary teachers in grades K-2 receive professional development specific to the 1:1 initiative.
- Existing elementary, high school, and teacher laptops are upgraded to various Lenovo models.
- Network upgrades are carried out at all elementary buildings, excluding Covington.
- Plans are made for the upgrade of devices in middle schools.
- Middle school devices are upgraded with new HP laptops.
- District-wide network upgrades are conducted, including CES, SMS, WMS, HHS, and other district buildings.
- Access points are updated in the remaining elementary buildings.
- Plans are made for the upgrade of devices for elementary schools, high schools, and teachers.
- Devices for elementary students, high school students, and teachers are upgraded.
- Ongoing upgrades to network switches and wireless access points continue.
- The district determines and purchases the device to be used for grades 6-8, ultimately selecting an Apple iPad.
- Network switches and wireless access points continue to be upgraded.
- The new devices for grades 6-8 are implemented and put into use.
- Plans are made to determine and purchase devices for grades K-5 and 9-12.
- Teacher devices will be replaced for the upcoming 2024-25 school year.