High School Lab
The high school lab is equipped with 20 student computers and scanners. The teacher system is connected to a projector, scanner, VCR/DVD player, and has speakers. This lab is used by students in grades 6-12. It was purchased in June 2010.
All computers face the same way so students can easily view presentations and teachers can see all the student screens. Students print to a color laser printer.
The elementary lab is used by students in grades K-5. There are 20 student computers equipped with headphones. The teacher system is attached to a projector, scanner, speakers, and a VCR/DVD player. Students print to a color laser printer.
Like the high school lab, all computers face the same way so students can easily view presentations and teachers can see all the student screens. This lab was purchased in August 2008 with funds from a 2% grant provided by the Hannahville Indian Community and other sources.
Every teacher has a computer and printer. Teacher systems in grades 4-8, the culture/language rooms, the art room, all standard high school classrooms and several early elementary classrooms have projectors and VCR/DVD players connected to the teacher systems. Other classrooms can reserve a projection system with a laptop and VCR/DVD player from the tech department.
Most classrooms have 2-4 student desktops.
Every classroom has a digital camera for teacher and student use. Additional digital and video cameras are available for reservation from the Gifted and Talented classroom when more are needed for classroom projects.
Grades 2-8 classrooms and several high school classrooms are equipped with student response systems.
Recently, a small computer room was added to the library. It will hold 8 student systems, a SMARTboard, and a document camera.
All classrooms have cable TV access.