Technology

Last Updated: 10/4/2021 2:30 PM

Greeneview Technology Department

 

"The Technology Department at Greeneview Local School District believes technology is a resource that enhances the teaching and learning experience by empowering students and teachers. Technology provides faculty the tools needed to efficiently and effectively perform all the administrative and support requirements. It is the vision of the department to create an environment where students, teachers and staff members have safe, secure, and reliable access to technology that fosters creativity, critical-thinking and higher learning." 

 

2021 Updates at Greeneview Local Schools

 

2020 Updates at Greeneview Local Schools

 

 

 

2019 Summer Updates at Greeneview Local Schools

 

 

You can also view the video using this link https://youtu.be/Xb_NA0hePM4

2018 Summer Updates at Greeneview Local Schools

 

You can also view the video using this link https://www.powtoon.com/embed/bIP4V4h3FHv/

 

Greeneview District Student Technology 1:1 Initiative

We believe the use of technology in the classrooms encourages individual learning and will prepare children to acquire the necessary skills to be ready for the workplace once they complete school.

 

Our teachers utilize Google Classroom to assign classroom activities and instruction to students. Other tools, apps, and resources can be found at our District Digital Content information. 

 

High School & Middle School


Each 8th Grader and 4th Grader will receive a new chromebook with case each year. They take this device home everyday to complete assigned school work.  The chromebook assigned to the student will be assigned to them each year.  Each student will pay a fee of $30 per year. At the end of each school year the student will turn in their device during the last week of school before summer break. More further details about the program can be found in the Chromebook 1:1 Policy. 


Upon graduation if the senior has attended Greeneview they will keep their assigned device after finalizing all student fees. If fee's are not paid the student is required to turn in the device before graduation. 

 

Sophomores attending Greene County Career Center during their junior year, once accepted and attending during their junior year, students will have the option to purchase their device before Sept 30th for an Extra $60. If not purchased the device will be repurposed and they will not be able to purchase at a later time. Please contact the High School front office for more information. 

 

In Depth details of the Chromebook 1:1 policy can be found here

 

Links to Technology Policies and Chromebook Handbook

 

 

 

District Technology Director
Thomas Davis
937.675.9391 x105

District Technology Specialist
Andrew Myers
937.675.2728 x517