Governor Mifflin School District’s technology is constantly evolving. As our curriculum grows and evolves, so too do the tools that enhance our teachers’ ability to teach, and our students’ ability to engage, collaborate and learn.
At GMSD, students K-12 are issued a Chromebook. The expectation for our students is that they use the technology to collaborate with each other and their teachers. The Chromebook is an important learning tool, meant to ensure our students remain current with information and the ability to communicate with their teachers. Each student is issued a GMSD Google for Education account. Among a collection of vetted apps, the Google suite and other web resources, students and teachers will use Google Classroom to manage course work. (For more information, click the 1:World link below)
Upon enrollment, your student will be directed by their school counselor to receive their technology and parents will have the opportunity to pay an optional insurance fee.
Students will have (through various course pathways) access to engineering and design technology, as well as coding and program development.
GMSD technology is supported by our Technology Department, present in all buildings. As the expectation for our students to use technology as a learning tool is paramount, so too is our work to maintain the technology with an eye towards safety and integrity.