Instructional Technology

Students Work on Laptops in Class

Growing Up Digital

Today's digital world challenges us to develop new skills as a student, staff member, parent, and community member. This resource page is to provide parents with information on today's challenges of children growing up in a digital world. Together, with access to resources, we can make informed decisions for our children, our families, and ourselves.

Our Responsibilities

The Technology Department is responsible for:

  • End-User Support
  • Network infrastructure
  • Voice over IP Telephony (VoIP)
  • Student Information Systems (PowerSchool)
  • Productivity Tools (Google Apps, Microsoft Office)
  • Email System
  • Infrastructure design and support
  • Data processing, backups and archiving
  • Technology ordering and replacement
  • Content filtering
  • Web Services
  • Equipment repair or processing of repairs
  • Student 1:1 devices
  • Data integration between systems

One to One Chromebooks

The focus of the FPS 1:1 is to provide a device to meet the following identified needs of our students:

  • Writing, revising, and being producers of information
  • Accessing information (research, teacher web pages, online resources, online textbooks, video instructions, Moodle)
  • Data gathering & analysis using spreadsheets
  • Presenting information visually
  • Capturing, creating and communicating through images
  • Notetaking
  • Managing personal time (calendar, assignment notebook)
  • Accessing student records, grades, and assignments
  • Communicating (email, blogging, submitting assignments electronically)
  • Collaborating (connecting with experts, Google Drive)
  • Participating in web-based curriculum software

More information about FPS 1:1 including our handbook and other resources can be found here.


Technology Plan

Please click here to view a copy of our technology plan that is posted on the Department of Instruction's website.