Technology Information

Technology Philosophy

Appropriate and adept use of technology supports the development of flexibility, adaptability, critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration. All of these are essential to success in our rapidly changing world and imperative to mesh with the vision of The Lee County School District to be a world-class school system.

Technology Vision

Eliminating the digital divide is essential to our students’ success in our rapidly changing world. Every student should have the opportunity for digital citizenship and digital literacy which is required in today’s world.

Classroom Technology

Every classroom is equipped with an interactive whiteboard made by SMART technologies. Ceiling mounted projectors, centralized speakers and voice enhancement devices are also utilized to make sure every student, no matter where they sit, can hear and see the lesson being presented.

Kindergarten - 3rd Grade

Every classroom has up to 6 Chromebook laptops for students to use. An additional mobile lab with up to 25 computers is shared between 2 teachers and can be used for everything from testing to class projects.

4th and 5th Grade

Every 4th and 5th grade student is assigned their own Chromebook at the beginning of the year. These computers are used throughout the day to access digital content, participate in interactive lessons, work on class projects and complete activities in our robust library of educational software. These computers remain in the classroom and are not taken home at the end of the day.

District Technology Information

The School District of Lee County operates one of the largest and most robust instructional technology networks in the nation, with more than 70,000 computers and mobile devices in use daily.

The Information Technology Support Department manages the District's technology infrastructure and provides engineering, support, and project management services to Lee County schools and administrative departments.  We support a variety of technology solutions from industry leaders, such as Microsoft, Google, Apple, Cisco, Aerohive, Toshiba, NetApp, Dell and Lenovo.

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