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Welcome To Technology

Transform 2020 Technology Goals for 2015-16

· Engage and empower the learner through technology

· Prepare and support teachers and leaders to graduate digitally fluent college and career-ready students.

· All educators and students will have the tools to access a comprehensive viable infrastructure when and where they need it.

Current Status of Technology in Crenshaw County Schools

  • Replaced the infrastructure to provide greater access to the Internet in all classrooms

  • All classroom teachers have a Chromebox, wireless keyboard and mouse as the desktop computer

  • All classroom teachers and teacher aids have an iPad Mini

  • All teachers have the Dell E5450 with Windows 10 and Microsoft Office

  • Deployed Chromebook Carts to all 7th and 8th grade core teachers

  • Students in grades 10-12 have the iPad Mini as a 1:1 take home device

  • Students in 9th grade have Chromebooks as 1:1 take home device
  • Kajeet device is available to students who do not Internet in their homes
  • Chromebook Carts available for checkout from the Media Center grades 3 - 6

  • iPad Mini Carts available for checkout from the Media Center grades 3 - 6

  • iPad 2 and iPad Mini available for the 21st Century After School Program

  • Each school has a Computer Lab

  • The school system is standardized on Google Apps for document creation, storage and for collaboration

  • The school system has launched its own App to keep the community and the world informed about Crenshaw County Schools



iPad Basic Training

                       Google Apps Basic Training  

Alabama Course of Study Technology


TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT: Click on the link below and complete the Job Ticket.


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