• SCASD Future Of Technology: Delta and High School 
     
    During the 2012-2013 school year, High School and Delta students are allowed to bring personal internet devices to school and join them to the SCASD network.
     
    2013-2014 Technology at Delta
     
    All Delta students were issued Chromebooks for the 2013-2014 school year. This will be the Delta device for the forseeable future.  There is one cart of laptops that the teachers may use with their students for projects and for district and state testing.
     
    2013-2014 Technology at the High School
     
    The high school is in year 1 of a two year migration to one to one Chromebooks. This year all English and Social Studies classrooms are equipped with a cart of Chromebooks. Since nearly all student are enrolled in English and/ore Social Studies, nearly all our students are gaining experience with Chromebooks. In addition, the North Library contains a cart of Chromebooks for student use. During the 2014-2015 school year, each student in grades 9-12 will be issued a Chromebook for use in school and outside. All other classes at the high school either contain dedicated computers in a lab format or they have access to a shared laptop cart. 
     
     
     
    2012-2013 Technology at Delta
     
    During the 2011-2012 school year, students at Delta were issued laptops.  During the 2012-2013, Delta students were issued iPads as part of a pilot project.  There is one cart of laptops that the teachers may use with their students for projects and district and state testing.
     
    2012-2013 Technology at the High School
     
    Students at the High School have access to shared laptop carts for many of their classes.  Typically, English and Social Studies classrooms have laptops available every class period they are needed.  Many other subjects share laptop carts amongst teachers who schedule them for specific assignments or projects.  There are two open access desktop labs (one in each building) that a few subject area teachers with no laptop access schedule for their classes.  Some specialized courses (Tech Ed or Business, for example) have dedicated desktop labs for their curriculum.  Students have access to a limited number of laptops to be used for educational purposes during study halls or lunch periods. 
     
    Open Access for Students during Study Halls:
    • Period 1 - South Cafe, South Library, North Library
    • Period 2 - South Cafe, South Library, North Library
    • Period 3 - South Cafe, South Library, North Library
    • Period 4 (lunch) - South Library, North Library
    • Period 5 (lunch) - South Library, North Library
    • Period 6 (lunch) - South Library, North Library
    • Period 7 - South Cafe, South Library, North Library
    • Period 8 - South Cafe, South Library, North Library
     
    There is will be a limited number of laptops available through the library for overnight usage.  A parent needs to sign a permission slip in order for a student to check out a laptop.  The length of time is limited on the loan.  For more information, visit the High School Library Page regarding the library loan program.
     
     
    For more information on how to register devices and about the technology used at the High School and Delta click links below:
     
    Technology Resources and FAQ's at Delta
     
    Technology Resources and FAQ's at the High School North and South Buildings
     
    High School Instructional Technology Specialists
Last Modified on September 17, 2013