Digital Learning Resources

The Instructional Technology Department provides teachers and students with the necessary digital learning resources to assist with the integration of technology for student engagement and collaboration.

Our ultimate goal is to prepare our students to be 21st century leaders, ready for college or the career of their choice!

ClassLink Single Sign-On Platform

Nearpod K-12

Live and Student-Paced interactive lessons, videos, and formative assessments.


Self-paced, online learning

Tutorials in career skills, device knowledge accessible anytime, anywhere.

Kami Chrome Extension

Annotate or markup PDFs and documents. Insert comments, shapes, pictures and even add your signature.

Screen Video Recorder Extension

Easily record and edit your lessons. Share in Drive, Classroom, or YouTube.

District-wide access to hundreds of interactive, educational livestreams that connect students, schools, and districts, to subject matter experts and organizations from around the world. Streamable Learning provides a baseline of standards aligned resources in multiple instructional areas including Life Sciences, Earth & Space Sciences, Physical Science, Social Studies, The Arts, Math & Technology, English Language Arts & World Languages, Career Clusters & Pathways, Educational Observances with over twenty sessions scheduled each month.

STEAM/Technology Coding Clubs

Students in grades PreK - 8th grade can join their campus STEAM/technology coding clubs throughout the school year! Clubs are held after school and promote critical thinking, problem solving, and prepare students to be college, career, and military ready!

Contact your campus digital learning specialist for more information on how to join a STEAM/technology coding club!