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District Technology

Mrs. Carol Kita

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District Technology Coordinator
phone:  269-749-4580
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District Technology Vision

Olivet Community School District technology vision

At Olivet Community Schools, we believe that technology, curriculum and student achievement are intertwined.  We believe that technology has the potential to increase student achievement by igniting student interest andidentifying programmatic strengths and weaknesses through data collection and analysis.  This piece of our vision statement arose from our experience that technology and school improvement plans cannot be created apart from each other.  Our school improvement plans are consistently revised to provide a new focus on our core academic areas.  One of the sub-goals for each academic area has been to increase the integration of appropriate technology into teaching and learning in order to prepare all our students for the 21st century.

Please find our downloadable Technology Plan and Internet Acceptable Use Agreements below.


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Olivet Community School District 
is committed to aiding students and staff in creating a 21st century learning environment. We are piloting a new policy which will aid in this goal. Students will now be able to access our wireless network with their personal devices (laptops, netbooks, tablets, smart phones, etc) during the school day. With classroom teacher approval, students may use their own devices to access the internet and collaborate with other students. Many schools across the nation are implementing Bring Your Own Device policies for their students and staff. By allowing students to use their own technology on campus we are hoping to increase the access all students have to the technology they need to succeed.        

Please visit our BYOD pages for information here.                                     

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Jan 30, 2014, 10:30 AM
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