A variety of technology is available for student use to support appropriate student learning at each grade level and in each content area.

  • Evamere: 6 iPads per homeroom, 26 iMacs in B1, 60 Mac laptops in two mobile carts
  • Ellsworth Hill: 5 Chromebooks per homeroom, 8 Mac laptops per homeroom, 26 iMacs in B2, 10 iPads per pod, 12 iMacs and 30 Chromebooks in a cart in the Media Center
  • McDowell:  1:1 with Chromebooks for each student in classroom carts, 25 iMacs in C12, 12 Chromebases in the Media Center
  • East Woods: 1:1 with Chromebooks for each student in classroom carts, 50 iMacs in 123A and 212, 6 iMacs in the Media Center
  • Middle School:  1:1 with Chromebooks for each student that are taken home, 25 iMacs in B226, 30 iPads on a mobile cart in the Media Center, 6 zSpaces
  • High School: 1:1 with Chromebooks for each student that are taken home, 75 Windows Desktops in 3 computer classrooms, 75 iMacs in 3 media-related classrooms, 60 Windows desktops in 2 language labs for shared use, 12 Windows laptops in most Science classrooms, 25 Windows laptops for Engineering Drawing, 32 iPads for Family and Consumer Sciences, 12 Windows desktops, 14 iMacs, and 30 iPads in the Media Center, 5 zSpaces

Classrooms have a desktop computer with:

  • Filtered internet access
  • Audio and video out to a projector and amplified speaker
  • A document camera
  • Software including Microsoft Office (2010 for Windows or 2011 for Mac) which includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
  • Regional laser printers throughout the building

Classrooms also have closed circuit cable television connected to a video projector. Channel listings are on all Media Center Websites

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