• The purpose of the Digital Integration (DiG iN) Student Device Program is to increase student engagement by empowering students to access digital content and instructional resources at school and at home that supports the District mission of preparing students for success in college, career, and community leadership. The 2014-2015 school year marked the beginning of the DiG iN Student Device Program. During that time, the District began the implementation of a one-to-one student device program for all high school students. In 2018, the District began implementing the program with middle schools. During the 2019-2020 school year, all secondary students (6th-12th Grade) had the opportunity to participate in the one-to-one student device program. During spring 2020, the district increased the number of Chromebooks available to elementary students. Although elementary schools are not implementing a one-to-one student device program, management of student devices at the campus level is essential. For guidance, school personnel should utilize the DiG iN Program Digital Handbook.

     

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