St. Gregory the Great School embraces 21st century learning, in which students and faculty utilize emerging technologies in the classroom to prepare students for future careers, differentiate learning, collaborate, and develop digital citizenship skills to empower learning.
|Technology In Use|
High speed internet and wireless access points throughout the facility.
We utilize a web filter to protect students from inappropriate content while using the Internet
A PC computer, ceiling mounted projector and interactive SMART Board display in every classroom
Students in PreK-3 use iPads to enhance student learning.
Students in grades 4-8 use Chromebooks daily in the classrooms.
PreK, EK, and Kindergarten share Code-a-Piller to introduce basic coding skills.
Students in K-2 learn block coding through SketchJr.
4th grade students build and code Lego robotic cars.
GSuite Google for Education School.
Students and Parents connect through Google Classroom, Remind, and Shutterfly.
The Computer lab contains 30 PC computers which are constantly updated to remain current.
The Art room contains a Pottery Kiln, digital projector for distance learning activities, scanner, digital camera, digital camcorder and ELMO.
Google Certified Trainer on staff to train students and teachers on integrating technology.