Anytime Anywhere Learning Resources

Welcome Students, Parents, and Teachers!

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

AAL- Parent Information

The Northeastern School District Anytime-Anywhere Learning initiative began as a pilot program in January of 2015 with over 100 seventh and eighth grade students at Northeastern Middle School. The Anytime-Anywhere Learning initiative represents major step forward in our ongoing quest to provide the students of Northeastern School District with the best possible education and to have 100% of our students be prepared for post-secondary education. This year, we have expanded to the 5th grade and students in grades 5-12 will have a Chromebook.

Northeastern York School District's technology vision is to create an environment where students use technology to support curriculum, foster critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and collaboration in all classrooms for every student. The Anytime-Anywhere Learning initiative is also guided by a series of standards developed by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Throughout the different pages on this site you will find a collection of instructional resources, Chromebook and Chrome Operating System tutorials, and other information related to Northeastern's Anytime-Anywhere Learning initiative. For more information on the district's Anytime-Anywhere Learning initiative please see the program handbook below.

Parents, students, and teachers looking for additional support, suggestions, and help on how to effectively monitor and oversee technology integration are encouraged to check out the Common Sense Media homepage. You can also check out this link to learn more about Google's commitment to protect the privacy and digital footprint of students and teachers who use the Google Apps for Education suite.