Upcoming Projects

Here’s what’s on the horizon for our upcoming projects…

In-Progress: Computers received and being inventoried/prepped

Teacher desktops that do not meet our minimum spec will be replaced with brand new machines.  Individual data migration will be handled through OneDrive; files will be restored once users log in.

PC Model:  HP EliteDesk 705 G4 Desktop Mini PC

COMPLETED

After completing this project, students will have access to the Office365 suite of applications.  This will be tied to their accounts, and they will have the ability to install Office on up to 5 devices at home.

Teachers will be able to use Microsoft Classroom, OneNote, and Teams to assign and collect work.  Students will also be able to collaborate on documents with their peers.

Please click here to learn more about using Office 365 with your class:  https://preview.education.microsoft.com/en-us

To be completed Summer 2019 – (COMPLETE)

All High School teaching computers will be upgraded with solid-state drives.  This will significantly improve performance.  Only the teacher’s primary teaching computer will be upgraded.

Users will need to back-up their data as the computer’s operating system will be freshly installed.

Solid-state drives (SSDs) do not have moving parts.  This helps speed up data transfer rates and saves on electricity usage.

To be completed Summer 2019 – (COMPLETE)

All Junior High teaching computers will be upgraded with solid-state drives.  This will significantly improve performance.  Only the teacher’s primary teaching computer will be upgraded.

Solid-state drives (SSDs) do not have moving parts.  This helps speed up data transfer rates and saves on electricity usage.

In-Progress

All Junior High teaching computers will be upgraded with solid-state drives.  This will significantly improve performance.  Only the teacher’s primary teaching computer will be upgraded.

Solid-state drives (SSDs) do not have moving parts.  This helps speed up data transfer rates and saves on electricity usage.

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