The Littleton Public Schools technology department kicked-off the 2015-2016 school year with their new Middle School 1:1 Initiative. Students at all LPS middle schools were able to check out a Chromebook for use at school and at home throughout the year. Students, parents and teachers alike greeted this pace-setting technology deployment with great enthusiasm.
As schools utilize an increasing number of digital textbooks and resources, it is more and more important for students to have to access to online curriculum and projects anytime, anywhere. LPS’ commitment to educational technology reflects the district’s belief that greater access to technology leads to stronger technology skills, which will help students thrive in their postsecondary endeavors. Littleton Public Schools has deployed more than 3,100 Chromebooks to middle school students as a part of this program.
Photo: Principal Gary Hein passes out a Chromebook to a 7th grader at Euclid Middle School as part of LPS’ 1:1 initiative. Courtesy of Dana Levesque.