An opportunity to learn the skills needed to succeed in a digital world.
    The District’s mission calls on us to equip students with the necessary skills to be successful so that when each student graduates, each will possess the capabilities to compete in and contribute to the changing demands of the world. The one-to-one program has provided the means to transform the teaching and learning environment so that our students have the opportunity to learn the skills needed to succeed in this digital world. Our teachers, with the support of the administration and a robust professional development program, have been able to create an innovative learning environment in order to provide our students with extraordinary opportunities and an exceptional learning program.

    With this mission in mind, the Board of Education approved the recommendation for full implementation of the one-to-one program in the fall of 2014, providing an iPad device to every student attending one of the District’s seven schools.

    The schools will provide a durable case to protect the iPad against drops and other possible damage.

    Additionally, the optional, but highly-recommended iPad protection plan is offered to students and their families through a District protection plan program. This protection plan protects families from the full cost of the iPad in the case of accidental damage (mostly drops or spills), loss, theft, vandalism, fire, flood and natural disasters. The District’s iPad protection plan annual premium for the 2021-2022 year school will be at a cost of $25 per individual device which covers the iPad on and off school grounds for the 2021-2022 school year and the 2021 summer break.

    In order for students to received their iPad devices, Parents must complete the iPad Agreement Form which also includes the option to enroll in the District’s iPad protection plan.

    To learn more about the restrictions placed on the Freshmen iPads for the 2021-2022 school year and information on the District’s Digital Curriculum click here.

    Learn about iPad support and tips for parents on positive behavior using school issued iPads.