"But now, this is what the Lord says—he who created you, Jacob, he who formed you, Israel: Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine." Isaiah 43:1
St. Paul is a Google G Suite school and has 1:1 technology access for all students. St. Paul has a fully networked computer lab with 23 workstations with wide screen monitors. All grades have regular scheduled technology classes in the computer lab where students work with cloud applications as well as business applications. Students in grades K-3 have 1:1 iPad access. Grades 4-5 have 1:1 Chromebooks. In grades 6-8, students receive their own Chromebook for use during school and at home. Each classroom has wireless networked computer access.
In addition to the staffed computer lab, the school also has Lego Mindstorm Robotics, class set of digital cameras, and a greenscreen.
Students from kindergarten to eighth grade have scheduled time in the lab for a graded class and a techology course of study. Students progress in their use of office applications including word processing, keyboarding, presentations, graphics programs and spreadsheets. They also learn how to research using the Internet and learn computer science concepts.
Middle school students also have the option to choose special topics in their seminar periods. Some recent technology seminars include digital photography, greenscreen, music software, Gamemaker, Lego EV3 Robotics, yearbook, and movie making.
Technology classes cover the ISTE topics of applications, keyboarding, creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration, research and information, critical thinking, and digital citizenship. Computer science topics are covered through the use of code.org (grades 3-8), Lego NXT Mindstorms (grades 6-8) and through Digital Citizenship lessons.
St. Paul School is constantly adding new technology tools for teachers as well as students. Here is a list of many of our technology products.
Every teacher has a laptop or computer, a projector, and display equipment appropriate for their classroom, including interactive panels, Smartboards, and/or document cameras.
Special math interactive software for math teachers
iPads and Apple TV
Chromebooks for grades 5-8
Google Apps for Education account used for students grades 4 to 8
Google Classroom for assignments
Jupitered for gradebook
Web 2.0 tools like Prezi, Edmodo, Weebly, Dipity, Glogster