Technology is used regularly throughout our school in order to prepare students for a rapidly advancing technological world.
Currently, our 4th-8th grade classes are 1:1, which means they are provided with a Chromebook that is theirs to use in-school to aid them in their academic courses. They bring this Chromebook with them to all of their classes and may use it for note-taking or other teacher given tasks during class time.
All students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 8th attend a computer class once per week where they develop their computer skills using various operating systems such as: Office suites, presentation software, research and typing skills, digital citizenship, communication, graphic design, coding, and more.
In addition to their computer class, students can utilize our Computer Lab for research, printing, or other necessary uses during the school year. In the summer of 2021, our Computer Lab will be entirely updated with brand new Dell desktop computers thanks to a very generous donation by the family of Captain Francis A. Hantz, who was an avid supporter of Catholic education.
SMARTBoards are found in each of our classrooms which allows for a full emersion into the academic lesson.
Students also regularly use iPads and other technological tools that are part of our STREAM curriculum such as our green screen and Padcaster software, robotics kits, Sphero robots, Beebots, and much more.