Technology

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1:1 Orientation Meeting

Executive Summary: 
1:1 Learning Initiative Parent/Student Orientation meeting will last about an hour and cover device usage in school.

1:1 Orientation Meeting

Executive Summary: 
1:1 Learning Initiative Parent/Student Orientation meeting will last about an hour and cover device usage in school.

Technology Sale

Executive Summary: 
8th annual Lincoln Lutheran Technology Sale

Lincoln Lutheran will be holding it's semi-annual technology flea-market in the commons on Saturday (May 7th) from 9:00am - 1:00pm. Each year we update about 25 computers. The old computers get put into classrooms and those computers (typically from 5-8 years old) are sold at our technology flea-market. In addition to the computers, we have various other pieces of hardware and software that has been taken out of service in the course of the last 12 months.

2015 Student Device Survey Results

Tomorrow we will send out our annual device Buyer’s Guide, but before we do that, we would like to share with you the results of our survey of how satisfied students are with the devices they currently have. These results come from surveying all of our students at all grade levels with a 99% participation rate.

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Computer Sale

Executive Summary: 
Computer Sale: cheap technology for sale in the commons

Lincoln Lutheran will be holding it's semi-annual technology flea-market in the commons on Saturday (May 9th) from 9:00am - 1:00pm. Each year we update about 25 computers. The old computers get put into classrooms and those computers (typically from 5-8 years old) are sold at our technology flea-market. In addition to the computers, we have various other pieces of hardware and software that has been taken out of service in the course of the last 12 months.

New Devices NOT Required

Just to clear up any any misconceptions that may exist...

Lincoln Lutheran will put out new device requirements each year as we evaluate what is working well and what isn't working well for students. This does not mean that you have to buy a new device every year. Even if the device your child has is one that we no longer recommend, or one that doesn't meet the new requirements, they can still use that device. 

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2014 Device Buyer's Guide

Quick Link to Guide: 2014 Educational Device Buyer’s Guide

With Thanksgiving sales coming up and Christmas just around the corner, we know that some parents are wondering about buying a new tablet or laptop for their children. Maybe a parent of a 5th grader wants to buy a device to use here next year or a parent of a student who has had the same device for several years and has decided it’s time to upgrade.

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Device Satisfaction Survey Results

Next week we will send out our annual device Buyer’s Guide, but before we do that, we would like to share with you the results of our survey of how satisfied students are with the devices that they currently have. These results come from surveying all of our students at all grade levels with a 95% participation rate.

Devices used

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Announcing: Student Tech Center

As part of our 1:1 Learning Initiative, Lincoln Lutheran will be implementing a student led Tech Center under the direction of Mr. Sommerer.  The Tech Center will be open during AP and will provide a space for students (and teachers) to get help with technology related issues. 

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Computer Science Seminar

 Recent Lincoln Lutheran graduates who have gone on to pursue degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering have received starting job offers for up to $100,000. Some of them start receiving offers before they even graduate from college. The University of Nebraska reports, not only a 100% employment rate for their Computer graduates, but that they could place three times as many graduates in jobs.

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