Instructional Technology Resources
Technology Services supports and promotes the integrated use of technology to advance and improve the instructional program. Teachers and students use a wide array of computers, mobile devices, software and applications, wired and wireless data networks, and locally and externally hosted content and resources that meet the educational goals and mission of the district.
Privacy and Security
Our district is dedicated to providing a safe and productive computing environment for every user. All technology resources provided by the District comply with California Education Code and Board Policies to ensure the privacy, safety and security of our staff and students. For example, all district computers with Internet access have a technology protection measure that protects against access to visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography, or harmful to minors. (20 USC 6777; 47 USC 254; 47 CFR 54.520) In addition, software providers must affirm compliance with the strict policies and regulations governing use of technology by our students where applicable.
APPROVED resources and applications
The following technology-based instructional applications, resources and services have been approved for general use across the district. Some resources may only be available to select groups of individuals based on intended use or other factors. Please contact Technology Services with any questions or for additional clarification.
Our catalog of instructional technology resources is constantly changing – check back often for the most current list.
- Benchmark Education
- Big Ideas Math
- College Board PSAT/SAT
- Core5 – Lexia
- Kahn Academy
- myLexia – Lexia
- Open eBooks
- Pearson Envision
- Sapling Learning
- ST Math
Use of District technology systems is a privilege. Students are expected to use District-provided systems in a respectful, ethical, lawful, safe and responsible manner. Please contact your school administrator with any questions pertaining to the use of instructional technology resources in your student’s class, for opt-out instructions, or for further information.