Knox Schools on Track to Implement One-to-One Computer Program this School Year

Knox Middle School and High School are participating in a one-to-one computer program this fall where all students will receive a computer to use for the entire year. The final preparations are being made for that transition and Superintendent, A.J. Gappa gave the School Board an update on that progress this week.

“The Principals and Curriculum Director have been meeting and putting together Policy and Procedures Handbooks for the computers and the computer use guidelines,” said Mr. Gappa. “There should be a letter going out to parents later this week with some of those explanations. We will have a student agreement form for students to sign when they receive their computer and also a parent agreement form for parents to sign.”

Roll-out dates for the computers will be August 9th, 10th, and 11th.

“We will invite different groups in to receive their computers so it’ll cut down on confusion and be a more orderly procedure to roll out the computers to students.”