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Student Digital Devices


At USD 207, we realize that it is vital that the structure of lessons delivered to students evolve to reflect how 21st-century learners use technology to pursue knowledge. Our ongoing objective is to improve student learning, productivity, and engagement by providing all students ubiquitous access to an individualized digital learning environment within the classroom.

We have iPads in Kindergarten and 1st grades, Dell Chromebooks in 2-8 grades, and Lenovo 2 in 1 Chromebooks in 9th grade as digital devices on-demand to help accomplish this goal within a classroom setting. The technology department preloads and bookmarks district/teacher-approved grade-level appropriate apps and resources.

All devices connect to the Internet. We use the content filter iBoss to provide protection that enforces the Child Internet Protection Act and other regulations while enabling mobile learning and safe Web access.

Students are introduced to their devices by their classroom teacher and the technology department. All students review the Acceptable Use Policy and discuss appropriate online behavior, cyberbullying, tech device care, and responsibility.