The idea of the Seating Solutions Project is ideal for children with special needs, low tone, or processing disorders. The Ball Chairs and Beanie Bottoms encourage movements to keep student’s mind and body active. The chairs build core muscles which support learning and activate breathing patterns. The Beany Bottoms allow sitting on the floor more […]
Hovercam T3 document cameras, project text onto a Smartboard by hovering over it, allow projects to be seen by the whole class. These cameras project and enlarge items so that everyone in the class can view them at the same time. The camera will be used to view/analyze, mentor, share, examine and illustrate text. Four […]
With the purchase of 6 iPads and various accessories, including a volume purchasing card, students will continue to be more engaged as 21st Century Learners. The use of technology enables students to engage with technology, collaborate with others and apply knowledge they learn. By adding iPads to the library, many students and staff benefit.
The Physical Education departments will be utilizing heart rate monitors during class to enhance the activity levels of student. The goal of this project is to develop a greater fitness bases as well as enable students to monitor their progress/effort.
Building upon a previous grant, the Middle School introduced a Robotics module titled “RoboChallenge: Race Against Time”. The module builds on the experiences of the fourth and sixth grade models of design curriculum. The addition of the EV3 Robotics kit provides programmable intelligent bricks that control motors and sensors, as well as providing wireless communication.