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Technology Assistance

Access Program Resources

Several online resources are used to support learning in the classroom and at home. Click on the icons below to access these learning programs!

Technology Support

Online Family Technology support is available to help families struggling with the technology by trouble-shooting problems with learning platforms, as well as helping solve issues logging into online resources. Be sure to check out the links below for helpful tutorials and videos!

Devices are assigned to all students as an educational resources - just like textbooks.

PowerSchool is integrated with many of the other online tools you use to access information - like Schoology, SeeSaw and our online payment system EdutrakConnect (formerly SmartschoolK12). 

Tech Support

Family Help Desk



Technology Department

John Perry
Director of Technology

Shae Green
IT Project Management Specialist

A vehicle to enhance learning - anytime, anywhere!

Our vision is to create a learning environment where students can find and access their educational resources at anytime from anywhere. We are working to provide students and teachers with regular and reliable access to standard classroom technology equipment that enables them to present and engage with each other in collaborative learning environments.  

We believe technology is not the focal point of learning, but rather a vehicle that enhances learning outcomes, and are committed to ensuring that all students have access to their learning resources within and outside of the classroom. With our Universal Access (1:1 Technology) program, a student can access their learning when they're out ill, on vacation, or simply working on a class project on the weekend. 

Thanks to a technology levy approved by voters in 2022, devices are assigned to all students as an educational resource - just like textbooks. The 1:1 initiative increases students' communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity, and while technology is used to support learning, students still use traditional textbooks, reading books, and other physical classroom materials.

Universal Access By Grade Level

Grades K-1

Device: iPads
Learning Model: 2:1
(two students to one device)

Devices used in classrooms, as needed, to support instruction.

Grades 2-5

Device: clamshell Chromebooks
Learning Model: 1:1
(one student to one device)

Devices spend most of time in classrooms to support instruction, but may travel home if needed.

Grades 6-12+

Device: 2 in 1 touchscreen Chromebook
with optional digital pen
Learning Model: 1:1
(one student to one device)

Devices travel with students from home to school.