Tech for Families
Students in our schools each have a device for their use. In our Elementary Schools the devices are kept in the classrooms. Beginning in Middle School students bring their Chromebooks home with them.
U-32 has a one-to-one ChromeBook program for all students in grades (7-12). Students are issued a ChromeBooks available for use in school and at home.
Helpful links for parents, students and staff:
• U-32's ACCEPTABLE USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AND THE INTERNET policy
• U-32's Student Parent Handbook
• Digital Citizenship: Digital Citizenship is a concept which helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what students/children/technology users should know to use technology appropriately. Digital Citizenship Resources for Family Engagement.
• iKeepsafe: You can help your child become a responsible, ethical digital citizen with healthy online relationships. To do that, you'll use the same successful parenting skills that you're already using at home. Resilient digital citizens recognize and seek out the 3Cs—appropriate contact, content, and conduct—in all digital settings (e.g., iPods, instant messaging, chat, computer games, game consoles, cell phones, text messaging, webcams).
• Open DNS Parental control solutions: Make changes to your wireless router at home to help protect your family from inappropriate websites.
• Parent's Guide to Internet Safety: While on-line computer exploration opens a world of possibilities for children, expanding their horizons and exposing them to different cultures and ways of life, they can be exposed to dangers as they hit the road exploring the information highway.
- Infinite Campus - used as our Student Information System and Learning Management System for U-32 students. It is also used as a tool to communicate with families. Here's a Quick Reference Guide.
- Google Classroom - used by many teachers as a tool to help students access resources and assignments and to stay organized.
- SeeSaw - used at many primary grades to help with lessons and communication with families.
- Clever - a tool to help students sign into numerous programs without needing to enter credentials each time.
- Google Workspace - a suite of tools that students, teachers, and administrators use to create documents, communicate, and be organized. It includes email (for older students), calendar, drive file storage, video conferencing, documents, slides, and more.
- iReady Reading & Math -
First Robotics Club - after school.
CyberPatriot - During Callback. Students learn about protecting Windows Desktop, Windows Server, and Linux Desktop systems and have the opportunity to participate in competitions against other schools.
Stanford AI Classes - Online
Rocketry - Callback
Computer Science Classes - programming in Java and Python
Advanced Mathematics, Physics and other Sciences