Over an 8 week period, 4th graders at Washington Elementary School, were introduced to the programming language, Scratch, as well as to Ozobots that are mini robots allowing students to code and program.
The 6th grade Chromebook initiative has been successful amongst teachers and students. Following professional development provided by the LCJSMS and SHS Technology Coaches, teachers are embracing apps and extensions that help grow student learning and understanding.
Students in Ms. Lauren Senko's class at Brayton Elementary School have been learning American Sign Language since September.
On Saturday, October 15th, Jefferson School hosted Summit's 2nd Annual S.T.E.A.M. Carnival sponsored by the Summit Education Foundation.
Starting with the Freshman and Sophomore classes in 2015-2016, Summit High School has begun to transition to a 1-to-1 Chromebook Initiative. This will be followed by a rollout of Chromebooks to the remaining Summit High School students in 2016-2017.