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One of my former students, Nicholas Horsley, is now the junior contributor for our school’s newspaper, The Pine Needle. This past summer we had an opportunity for some Q and A about our new 1:1 laptop program and the following … Continue reading
MS students who have lost or damaged the stylus for their Tablet PC may purchase one directly from HP. Here is the link for the stylus.
6 weeks have past since the start of school. Have you backed up your files yet? If you haven’t, here are some recommended strategies: Start using Google Docs to produce and store your files regularly Use one of the following … Continue reading
Is there a single location where one can find answers to questions regarding the 1:1 program at St. Christopher’s School? Yes, St. Christopher’s started a blog in the winter of 2010 where students and parents can find information about hardware, … Continue reading
Contract for Laptop Use at Home a recommended approach Making a home use contract is a great opportunity for dialogue between parent and child about mutual expectations, responsibilities, and privileges. A printed, signed contract is a point of discussion that … Continue reading
What is the purpose of this new fee? Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year a new annual technology fee will be be added to support the direct costs associated with a new one-to-one laptop access model being implemented in the … Continue reading
1:1 Tech Talk for Parents View more presentations from Hiram Cuevas
As we continue to prepare for our 1:1 initiative, a few families have inquired about keyboarding software or sites so their sons can practice over the summer. While we do not have a formal keyboarding program in the MS, please … Continue reading
In December 2010, St. Christopher’s became a Google Apps for Education School. This program provides educational institutions with a suite of tools that will provide our students and teachers with greater opportunities for communication and collaboration internally and also with … Continue reading
Image from: http://www.daskeyboard.com/blog/2009/06/linux-mac-windows.png So what exactly is an open model? An open model is a 1:1 computer model where students are permitted to use any computer as long as it satisfies the minimum requirements established by the St. Christopher’s Technology … Continue reading