The school library is up-to-date and well-stocked with current books and four computers for student use, especially for Accelerated Reading. A full-time librarian maintains the library and works with all the teachers to secure books for grade-level projects. Each grade has dedicated time in the school library each week for reading or research. The computer lab has thirty networked Mac computers, and is used steadily by all grades throughout the day for many academic subjects, First In Math and Accelerated Reading. Middle school science classes are conducted in the computer lab one day each week, with lessons connecting students to internet research and discovery. The eighth grade classroom, the center for middle school math, has a mini-lab of four student Apple computers that are used regularly for enrichment or further practice work.
The school’s technology infrastructure is served with a high speed DSL line, networked laser printers in three locations, connected teacher and office computers, five airports, a local server and a robust firewall. Teachers make use of technology in their classrooms by means of notebook and desktop computers and projectors. The school uses the GradeLink online gradebook program which allows students and parents to view grades, and allows teachers to create and print report cards via the schoolwide network. The school calendar and daily homework assignments are accessible on the school website. The school currently has one mobile SmartBoard for use in the classrooms. A Technology Committee guides the continued growth of technology in the school, both in infrastructure and in curriculum.