Technology
Services

Staff Acceptable Use Policy (PDF)

Student Acceptable Use Policy (PDF)

Student Use of Personal Technology (PDF)

Internet Filtering Policy (PDF)

K-12 Technology Benchmarks

Technology Plan

Parents' Bill of Rights

E-rate RFP

NETS
(National Educational
Technology Standards)

Technology Services


Vision


Rich Everly, Technology Director

,
Technology Director
(607) 324-1303 ext. 1536


As described in the overall mission of the Hornell City Schools, the purpose of education is to have students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become responsible and productive members of society. Therefore, every student has the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential Technology is a mechanism for learning that expands our instructional range and is a vehicle that maximizes the aptitude of all district stakeholders.

It is the vision of the Hornell City School District that students embrace success through a student-centered, inquiry-based environment with the most current technology available to them. Technology and network tools increase dynamic and participatory learning in a way that fosters scholarship and the diffusion of information.


Principles that govern Vision:

  1. Technology must facilitate a wide range of educational methodologies and compliment direct student-faculty and student-student interactions.
  2. All members of the Hornell City School District must have sufficient access to technologies.
  3. All members of the Hornell City School District must have appropriate training required to integrate all technological resources available to them.
  4. The use of instructional technologies shall be actively encouraged, supported and accessed.
  5. The Hornell City School District shall adopt a financial policy that supports the technology plan.
  6. Decisions on best practices and use of funding involve participation from key stakeholders



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