Superintendent Michele Starkey said they have looked into devices that would be used and would implement guidelines. A cell phone wouldn’t be a permitted device, Starkey said.
Mike McCord, school board president, mentioned attending a conference with extensive information on going one to one.
“We did it right,” McCord said. “I’m proud of our corporation.”
“They are looking at and collecting data and still have to integrate technology in the classroom,” Dibble said. “But they are doing a great job.”
Teachers are also collaborating to speed up the process, Dibble said.
Some items the technology team will work on is improving communication, updating the technology website, providing more information online and look at having a technology day, which would give information and allow for break-out sessions, Dibble said.
“We can’t thank the superintendent, board administration and faculty within the corporation enough for wanting to do more with technology,” Dibble said. “Everything is coming together and we’re starting to see results.”