Fraser Public Schools noticed for its use of iPads in the classroom
Students in many grades given an iPad to use in schools in Fraser
Fraser Public Schools was recognized as an Apple Distinguished Program for starting a one-to-one iPad program for students.
According to the school district, the Apple Distinguished Program designation is "reserved for programs that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate a clear vision of exemplary learning environments."
Fraser's one-to-one iPad Program provides flexible learning spaces, student-paced learning, and hybrid classes that feature both online and in-person instruction.
Students in grades three through 12 are provided with an iPad, students in grades DK through two have iPad cart access.
"Receiving the Apple Distinguished Program designation reinforces our efforts to redesign the classroom to better meet the needs of today's students. I am extremely proud of the support and commitment from our staff and community," said Dr. David Richards, Superintendent of Fraser Public Schools.
Fraser schools says the honor showcases their success as an innovative and compelling learning environment that engages students and provides tangible evidence of academic accomplishment.
The technolgy is introduced into the curriculum with literacy instructors who work with staff and students on the integration of the iPads.
Fraser Public Schools said it believes in blending traditional offerings with the best digitial resources to help personalize each students learning experience.
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