Huron Valley School students across the district all now have a Chromebook as the district expands the "one-to-one" technology initiative. Every student in grades 6th through 12th will obtain a Chromebook for their use at home and at school throughout the school year. Students K-5th grade all have access to technology with chrome carts assigned to each classroom.
"Instructional technology is an important tool for student learning, so it is imperative that every student has access to the technology they need," said Asst. Superintendent of Teaching, Learning and Technology John Tavernier. "A one-to-one device initiative, as part of the instructional program, provides engaging and interactive learning opportunities for all students in Huron Valley Schools."
The Chromebooks were purchased through part of the 2019 Bond and Building Site Sinking Fund.