Expansion of the 4th Grade Digital Classroom Pilot
In 2014, there was one 4th grade classrooms at each of our elementary schools participating in the Digital Classroom Initiative pilot program. Each classroom was given 1 iPad for every 2 students the previous spring, in an effort to determine how we might enhance the 4th grade curriculum through technology.  In 2015, an additional cart with iPads was purchased for each elementary school, to give more access to technology to 4th graders.

Purchase of 24 multimedia classroom projectors for the High School
New projectors were purchased to replace outdated projectors. The new projectors allow for multiple devices, such as iPads, which all High School students and faculty now have, to connect and share students' work.

An expanded subscription to LightSail, for our Middle Schools. 
In 2014, a subscription to LightSail was purchased and piloted in one 5th, 6th,7th, and 8th grade classroom. In 2015, the entire 5th grade was given access to LightSail, a library of over 80,000 digital fiction and non-fiction books available to students, based on their reading level. Teachers can see student progress in comprehension and writing as well as statistics about time and pages read. Students can see their own progress, which helps motivate their reading.

STEM-related classroom supplies for our Kindergarten and Preschool
Our Kindergarten and Preschool classrooms were given STEM-related supplies such as Engineer-a-coaster Activity Kit, Stand-up Magnetic Design Center, Design and Build Engineering Center and STEM Early Learning Kit.

Showing of Most Likely To Succeed
The Colonial Fund sponsored the showing of  the movie Most Likely to Succeed to parents and educators around the district. The Colonial Fund also sponsored the panel discussion afterwards.

Sponsored Will Richardson Talk
Mr. Richardson spoke about the important and complex changes and shifts that come with 24/7 access to the Web, and the new world of connected, networked, self-directed learning and creating, which has huge implications for schools. Parents were asked to be a part of the discussion on how to best prepare our students for a changing world.

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