Various technology users and the Technology Committee provide input to SCP administration. The Principal and Assistant Principal for Academics observe classes, converse with faculty about technology and its use on campus, and consult with those who work most closely with technology whenever possible.
This combined input is used to create policy at SCP, which drives the adoption of processes for technology integration. Following these processes allows for the evaluation of technology to determine its appropriate application and use. This evaluation produces a set of recommendations, requirements, and cost estimates for implementation. Lastly, when budgets are in development, cost estimates are weighed against needs throughout SCP for the procurement of new hardware, software, and technology services.
While input is accepted throughout the year, the process at SCP actively seeks input from the following sources:
- Faculty and staff may notify administration of particular software or hardware they believe would be beneficial to the students and staff.
- SCP faculty and staff are surveyed yearly (or regularly) for their feedback on the achievement of various goals to provide the preferred method of staff development training.
- The Technology Committee through its regular meetings, discussions, and updates to the SCP Technology Plan.