Technology has become a key part of life in our modern society. At Springfield Lutheran School, we understand that children need to learn technology skills in a balanced and age-appropriate way. Our teachers provide students with modern technology skills in a traditional classroom format. Students are provided with ample “screen free” time to allow them time to develop creativity and positive social skills, but that is balanced with focused technology skill building time and application.
Classrooms in grades 1-8 are fitted with a Promethean Board. Some teachers may incorporate iPads at various times throughout the week to enhance classroom learning. Students in 1st grade are introduced to Chrome devices. In 3rd grade, students start integrating Chromebooks with daily classroom activities. Middle school students are in a 1:1 classroom environment. Students are given a Chromebook to use for the school year and are responsible for taking it home and charging it each day.