• Technology
     
    Smart boards help meet the needs of visual learners.
    Classrooms are designed to meet the needs of students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Every classroom is equipped with a smart board to meet the needs of visual learners. Timing clocks light up to provide visual cues during timed testing, and classroom lighting is adjusted to provide good sight lines for sign language. FM systems are available for students with hearing aids and cochlear implants.
     
    Morning announcements and other important messages are provided on television screens in the classrooms. Digital systems and color coded alarms ensure students receive timely safety messages. Videophones and video relay allow for excellent student and staff communication with parents. 
     
    One-to-One Technology 
     
    Through our one-to-one technology initiative, elementary students are provided iPads, and middle and high school students are provided MacBooks to use throughout the school year. An educational technology coach provides individualized technology instruction to ensure that students know how to use the technology and maximize its capabilities.
     
    We strive to be the statewide leader in technology for students who are deaf or hard of hearing and are continually adding new technology as it becomes available.  
     
    Elementary students are provided tablets to use throughout the school year.  High school students are given MacBooks to use throughout the school year.