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									  Technology in our Schools
Report to the School Board
August 3, 2006



Presented by Sue T. Hine
                                       Agenda

 Technology Goals
      1. Budget Overview for 2005-06

      2. Goal: Impact on Learning

      3. Goal: Community Connections

      4. Goal: Systems Integrity

      5. Planning for the Future
             Budget Allocation 2006-07

Budget Allocation Based on Goals
 Impact on Learning - $1,598,000
 Community Connections - $600,000
 Systems Integrity - $2,410,000
                           Impact on Learning

Specific Budget Allocation for Goal One
 Instructional Staff Support - $190,000
 Immersion in the Classrooms
    Software - $115,000

    Hardware - $431,000

 Instructional Supplies (non-technology) -
  $212,000
 Hardware Rotation –
  $650,000
                            Impact on Learning

 Instructional Staff Support
     Technology Curriculum Integration Specialist
     Teacher On Special Assignment
     Blackboard Trainers
     Conferences
     Supplies
Blackboard
                             Impact on Learning

 Instructional Software
     Annual on-line services
        TurnItIn
        SIRS
        World Book Encyclopedia
        United Streaming
     Visual Thesaurus (on-line)
     Textbook Supplements (adoption)
     E-2 Preview Software
     MS Office 2003 (upgrade)
TurnItIn
                      Impact on Learning

Creative Endeavors\Pilots
 Quizdom
 Respondus
 StudyMate
 Video Conferencing
 Leap Frog
Quizdom
                               Impact on Learning

 Instructional Hardware
     Desktops/Laptops - 150
     LCD Projectors - 110
     SmartBoards - 52
     Voice Distribution Systems - 130
     Digital video/still cameras
     Student Response Systems
     VCR/DVD machines
     Video Production – iMacs
     Wireless – (CSE, SHE, MMW)
Sound Fields
                               Impact on learning

Immersion Initiatives
 Interactive Classrooms of the Future
     Art Rooms (K-5)
     Grades 3-5
     Science (6-12)
     Math and Language Arts (6-8)
 Classroom of the Future
     World Languages (6-12)
     Social Studies (6-12)
     English (9-12)
Digital Video
Video Production
                                     Impact on learning

Curriculum Driven Courses
 Technical Courses
      Tech Ed (6-8)
      CAD (computer aided design) (9-12)
 Business
      Keyboarding
      Web Design
      Accounting
 Video Production
 Publications
      Breezes (9-12)
      YearBook (9-12)
CAD
                                Impact on Learning

 Hardware Rotation
     Desktops/Laptops - 400
     LCD Projectors - 20
     SmartBoards - 2
     Voice Distribution Systems (retrofit) – 25 rooms
     Printers – 30
     Wireless
                                Impact on learning


                                   Desktops and Laptops
2003-2004       2005-2006
                                     5 Year Rotation Cycle




1900 Systems    2200 Systems




  1:4 Student     1:3 Student
 to Computer     to Computer
     Ratio           Ratio
                            Instructional Equipment


       2003-2004          2004-2005      2005-2006



         Added 42           Added 71       Added 106
         Technology         Technology     Technology
         Immersion          Immersion      Immersion
         Rooms              Rooms          Rooms




232 Technology Immersion Rooms Total
                     Community Connections

Budget Allocation in 2005-06
Annual License Fees: $100,000
     Blackboard           TurnLeaf   ConnectEd
     Exact Target         Skyward


Projects: $500,000
Art Center
TurnLeaf
Phone System (Upgrade)
VoiceMail (Upgrade)
Food Service
ConnectEd
RevTrac
                          Systems Integrity

   IT Staff - $1,000,000
   Administrative Software – $223,000
   Purchased Services - $97,000
   Network Hardware - $150,000
   Infrastructure - $722,000
   Hardware Rotation –
    $218,000
                                 Systems Integrity

IT Support Staff
     Secretary
     Technical Assistants (2)
     Field Technicians (3)
     Network Staff (4)
     Executive Director
Cabling\Installation Outsourced
     Data\Voice
     AV
                                       System Integrity
Building Capacity and Redundancy


                               SAN
                                               DPU




          CAT5



                                     VMWare

                 Wireless
IT Services
                          Budget Allocations

                                  Staff
             8%   7% 3%           Hardware
       14%
                                  Infrastructure
                                  Immersion
19%
                                  Software
                      26%
                                  Lease
                                  Staff Development

 24%
                                                           Vision



   2003-04          2004-05       2005-06       Vision




•Adoption        •Integrated     •Productive   •Expression\
                                 Tools         Visualization


•Stabilization   •Efficiencies   •Capacity     •Best
                                               Practices
To ensure all students envision and
pursue their highest aspirations…

								
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