In alignment with Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy’s mission, we are committed to aiding our students to properly use technology as an instrument to grow their faith, achieve their academic potential, and to become upright digital citizens.
Technology is an important piece of enriching, engaging, and enhancing the learning process that creates an exceptional instructional experience for each student. Students have exhibited information literacy and the ability to collaborate using various technology tools. They become more engaged in their learning and will graduate better prepared with technology skills needed for success in a digital world.
NDPMA has successfully implemented a 1:1 technology program that provides each student their own computer tablet device. This allowed teachers the ability to collaboratively create a borderless classroom. We have provided the tools to help students learn the material within their own learning style and provide the ability for them to connect with their teachers like never before. Student are giving access to a gateway that allows them to collaborate, communicate, research, and utilize critical thinking.
Notre Dame Preparatory and Marist Academy has a 1:1 device program providing each student with a computer device. The Student Boot Camps sets your student up for success familiarizing them with the use of the device. Students must attend one session. The Parent Informational Meetings are intended for new Middle and Upper Division families. All 6th grade students are considered new. Families with students at the Lower Division will have a separate meeting the first week of school. Parents that have attended a previous meeting for UD or MD students, do not need to attend. However, new contracts must be signed for the new student before receiving a device.
Parent Informational Meetings – New Parents (Middle\Upper Division)
Parent meetings will cover information regarding the computer device and school technology policies. Parent signature required for device contract and use policies.
Go to https://goo.gl/aqkGzq to register for a session
Student Boot Camps – New Students (obtain Initial Device)
Student Boot Camps allow for device and email setup; cyber security and digital citizenship awareness; and application tutorials such as Google, Microsoft, NetClassroom, and PowerSchool Learning.
Go to https://goo.gl/3gtNrU to sign up your student(s)
Student Reboot Camps – Returning Students (with Expired Lease Contracts)
Student Reboot Camps allows students with expired contracts to receive a new device. Students will also go over device setup and tutorial, discuss technology polices, and sign new contracts.
Go to https://goo.gl/VhzQiK to sign up your student(s)