Instructional Technology Reference Materials

Technology Plan. This is a three year outline of the District’s technology plan. This plan is maintained by the Learning Environment Subcommittee.

Instructional Technology Survey Data. Clarity is an online platform that helps schools determine the impact of their technologies on student learning. 

McCracken Student & Parent Device Agreement. This is the device agreement that is mandatory for students that take a school issued device home. In addition to this agreement students must have paid the mandatory technology fee ($40) or have instructional fee waivers on file with the front office.

McCracken Student Guidelines. These are guidelines for student use of Chromebooks while at school.

Middleton Student Guidelines. These are guidelines for student use of Chromebooks while at school.

District Handbook. The purpose of the handbook is to acquaint you and your child with district and school practices, procedures, and rules. Within this handbook, you will find information about day-to-day operations as well as some technical language relating to your rights, your child’s rights, and legal obligations of the school district.

Board Policy. School Board policies state positions adopted by the Board in order to provide direction, control and/or management of its legal functions.

Digital Citizenship: Common Sense Media. Common Sense is the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. Common Sense empowers parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids' lives.