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    Information Technology

    The Information Technology Department provides services in four main functional areas--data, learning, security, and technology. Each of the four functions is one piece of the puzzle that departmental staff contribute to the district. All the functions work seamlessly to provide support to the District’s primary objective: learning. Everything departmental staff do is in support of learning--whether directly improving learning or making a process easier so that someone else may improve the learning.

  • Family Tech Planners

    Make Screen Time Safe and Positive

    Use these planners to inspire conversations about tech use as a family.

    Entertainment and tech have the potential to spark meaningful conversations. And tech planners are a great way for kids to have a shared understanding of how your family makes the most out of entertainment and tech time.

    Click here for your Family Tech Planner

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    All incoming freshmen and new students will be issued a Chromebook at the start of the 2022/2023 school year.

    In order for a student to receive a Chromebook, his or her parents must complete the Chromebook Contract and view the Chromebook Contract film clip. Both items are linked below:

    Chromebook Contract Film Clip 

    Chromebook Contract

  • freeFind out if you qualify for free Internet

    Over 100 million people qualify. You could be one of them.

    You qualify if you (or someone in your household) participates in at least one of these programs:

    • Free and reduced-price school lunch
    • Medicaid, WIC, SNAP, EBT
    • SSI, Federal Public Housing Assistance
    • Lifeline
    • and more


    Your household income is at or below a certain amount (e.g. $55,500/year for a family of four, $27,180/year for an individual).

  • Digital Citizenshdigital citizenip Resources for Family Engagement

    Working together, schools and families can prepare kids to think critically and use technology in positive, creative, and powerful ways. The K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum's Family Tips and Family Activities cover all six curriculum topics and are available in English and Spanish. Additional languages are available for the Family Tips and Digital Citizenship Curriculum Family Letters as bundled PDFs. 

    Click here for your Digital Family Resources