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IT SERVICES SMART Goals
IT SERVICES SMART Goals
2018-2019 SMART Goals

2018-2019 SMART Goals

Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Trackable

All Elmore County Public Schools' students, teachers, and administrators will effectively use technology as an integrated tool for teaching and learning to master local, state and national standards.

All Elmore County Public Schools' students, teachers, and administrators will have a broad range of current and emerging technology resources available to them to enhance opportunities.

•Robust Network - Cisco & Brocade Switches and Xirrus AC Wireless Door to Door

•Bandwidth sufficient to meet the stakeholders' educational need

•Filtering, Antivirus, Malware, and Firewall protection for all stakeholders to meet erate requirements and the Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

•Mounted Projectors 

•Distance Learning Labs (stationary and portable)

•Devices in the hands of students will increase -Windows Laptops/Desktops -iPads/Tablets -Chromebooks -Apple Macbooks -Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

•Document Cameras

•Interactive Projectors/Boards

•Employee and Student Email Accounts

•Video Streaming Library

•Social Media-web Page, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

•Learning Management System - Canvas/Google Classroom

•Digital Signage

•i3 Grant with eMINTS and Chromebooks with 7th Grade

All Elmore County Public Schools' teachers and administrators will benefit from high-quality, research-based, technology professional development to achieve local, state, and national standards and courses of study. The school and district administrators will provide support necessary professional development opportunities.

All Elmore County Public Schools' students, teachers, and administrators will have access to the appropriate technology resources and infrastructure necessary to support teaching and learning.


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