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Photo One: Brian Starkey reads using a CCTV. Photo Two: Emily Hernandez practices using refreshable braille.


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. Computers are equipped with audible screen reading software, screen magnification software, and refreshable braille displays as needed. 


Classrooms are equipped with smart boards and access technology designed to meet individual student needs. An educational technology coach and an access technology coach provide individualized technology instruction to ensure that students know how to use the technology and maximize its capabilities.

Access technology includes:

Brailling Devices

  • Braille translation software
  • Refreshable braille displays and keyboards

Enlarging Devices

  • Closed Captioned Televisions (CCTVs)
  • Electronic handheld magnifiers

Audible Reading Devices

  • Book Ports
  • Digital Players
  • Portable scanning devices
  • Screen reader software

Notetaking Devices

Printing Devices

  • Tactile graphic makers
  • Braille embossers
  • 3D printer
  • Text enlargement software 

We strive to be the statewide leader in access technology and are continually adding new devices as they become available.