Technology Questions During The COVID-19 Shutdown?
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The Roseville Community Schools will help learners understand and use technology for successful living. We believe that technology must be a part of public education because it:
- supports the mission of schools
- provides students with a working knowledge of the use of and application of technological systems
- promotes information-based decision making
- permits global networking
- prepares students for the future
Roseville Community Schools has been enable to enhance technology and our classroom instruction through grant funding and the passage of the 2006 bond issue.
- Wireless network
- 2300 classroom computers
- Larger elementary buildings have multiple computer labs
- Media Retrieval System
- Classroom projectors or televisions
- Interactive whiteboards
- Sound systems
- Document cameras
- Instant Response Systems
Middle School Technology
- Student iPads
- Apple TV
- Graphing Calculators
High School Technology
- Wireless laptop carts
- Multiple computer labs
- Up-to-date Auto Cad Lab
- Computer aided drafting
Kment Elementary School
- Student iPads for use during the school day.
- Dual Touch Interactive 80" Sharp Aquos Boards in every classroom
- Digital Cameras
The Roseville Public Library now offers free wireless “WiFi” access to the Internet for properly equipped laptops and hand-held computers during normal library business hours.
When you use wireless Internet in the library, you must adhere to the Computer Resources Use Policy. Please take the time to read their wireless policy.
Affordable Internet Options
AT&T, is now offering high-speed Internet service to low-income Americans for just $5 per month. If you meet the eligibility standards and you live in an area served by AT&T, you can now get high-speed Internet service for a mere $5 per month.
The plan is called Access from AT&T. Read more about AT&T's Access program.
Comcast's Internet Essentials program is designed to address three major barriers to broadband adoption – digital literacy, access to computer equipment, and affordable Internet service. Since their program’s launch in 2011 with its $9.95 a month cost, Internet Essentials has expended to reaching nearly 5 million people through their national and local nonprofit community partners. The company has welcomed more than 9 million visitors to the Internet Essentials English and Spanish websites, and its Online Learning Center; and sold more than 65,000 subsidized computers at less than $150 each to make computer access more affordable. Read more about Internet Essentials.