Monroe-Woodbury is committed to integrating technology into the everyday lives of its students in school. The devices available to students include:
- iMac Computer Labs in every building
- iPads in all buildings
- Chromebooks from upper elementary through grade 12
- 3D Printers
- Robotics software and equipment
The use of iPads in the classroom is focused on the youngest students up to and including grade 5.
Chromebooks and Google Apps for Education begin in upper elementary grades and continue through grade 12. The district is currently providing classroom sets of Chromebooks, with more on the way in 2016-17.
The New York Smart Schools Bond Act has made funding available to the district for the improvement of the technology infrastructure to support increased wireless connectivity. To date, the M-W proposal has reached the final approval stage and work is expected to begin during 2016.
Technology in the Classroom at Monroe-Woodbury
Students in North Main Elementary love their iPads!
Teachers and students use iPads in Sapphire and Smith Clove
Thirteen different students describe why they are fans of Google Classroom.