District technology committee seeks volunteers

District technology committee seeks volunteers
Posted on 07/27/2018
District technology committee seeks volunteers

The district is looking for staff, student, parent, and community volunteers interested in serving on a technology model review committee. 

“We recognize that technology is a driving force for change in how people communicate and acquire knowledge in a rapidly changing world,” Dawn Wakeley, executive director of Teaching and Learning, said. “Today, technology is an essential tool that allows our students and staff opportunities to communicate, collaborate and create content as a community of learners to ensure that all students graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to live, learn and work in the 21st Century."

The technology model review will begin early in September. There will be at least four meetings: Sept. 20, Oct. 11, Nov. 1 and Nov. 29. The work of this team will help shape the Tahoma Technology Plan, which provides the lens for evaluating and determining technology equipment, software, and support levels required to meet the productivity and learning needs of staff and students. Any gap between state funding and local needs then forms the basis for a potential technology levy. The school board has asked for the team to complete their work by December 2018. Parents, community members, students, and staff who would like to be involved are asked to call the Teaching and Learning office at 425-413-3430 or apply online by Sept. 1 at this link: 

The district seeks balanced representation across stakeholder groups and will do a random selection if there are more volunteers than needed. 



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