Technology Initiatives

Our desire is that our graduates will have a redemptive impact on the generation to which they are called.  In order to prepare them for living in the 21st century, we utilize the latest in educational technology in grades JK-6. 

Central Christian School hosts 85 iPads, 20 interactive Epson Projector Boards, 65 iMacs, and 45 MacBooks, giving students and educators access to modern learning everyday.  Students in 4th-6th Grades have a 1:1 student to iPad experience.

Technology found in our school assists the teachers in adding visual, auditory, and kinesthetic aspects to lessons, enabling them to differentiate for various learning styles.  From weekly instruction in the Computer Lab, to incorporating the classroom interactive projector board in group discussions, to individual access to resources, learning at Central is deeply enhanced and students are equipped for life.

Our use of technology extends beyond our school walls.  Math Reflex, Writing Practice Program (WPP), Reading A-Z Resources, and Worldbook Online are just a few of the resources we offer families.  We have intentionally purchased subscriptions to these and other web-based learning programs to enhance learning at school and at home.  These programs give students individualized practice with math and literacy skills, as well as engaging opportunities for enrichment and continued learning.

Beginning in the 2015 - 2016 school year, technology will be fully integrated into each classroom. In addition to time spent in the computer lab, technology will be pushed back into each JK (full-day students) through sixth grade classroom. Working in concert with our Technology Specialist, each classroom teacher will be able to further differentiate for a wide range of student needs using apps, learning software, and assistive technology.