Our mission is to graduate every student prepared for success beyond high school, by supporting educators and students with the proper and consistent use of digital tools and resources to impact 21st Century learning.
Improve student performance across the curriculum by encouraging and collaborating with classroom teachers to utilize the tools and strategies afforded by 21st Century digital resources.
Students will be able to effectively manage and engage with the rapidly changing landscape of technology to ensure they fulfill their lives academically, personally, economically and socially.
Collaborating - working towards our mission with administrators, curriculum support, teachers, DDL and OOT
Peer Coaching- providing guidance and support with empathy while building relationships and self-confidence
Seamless Integration - infusing curriculum with digital resources to promote creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking
Promotion of Growth - building administrator awareness, opportunity for teacher growth and professional growth of DDL
Campuses will be thoroughly familiar with the following digital applications and the implementation thereof:
- Creativity and Innovation
- Communication and Collaboration
- Research and Information Fluency
- Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making
- Digital Citizenship
- Technology Operations and Concepts
Teachers will readily and regularly utilize the SAMR model to evaluate their use of digital resources in instruction.
Students will be technology proficient by the 8th grade as measured by the 8th grade Technology Proficiency Test.
Students will be meaningfully engaged in content instruction through the use of digital resources.