Technology In Our Schools
In an ever-changing world, the Kittery School Department's goal is to educate students for life. To be educated for life in the twenty-first century, students must be informationally literate. Therefore, we instruct students in technology and in its ethical and responsible use. The Kittery School Department expects staff to model these desired behaviors and supports them in learning to do so.
The Kittery School Department's Vision for Technology
The expanded use of technology in all grade levels and departments has made the instructional and administrative use of computers an important and highly visible Kittery School District initiative. Technology is an integral part of District operations, and is often the teaching, learning, and increasingly, the assessment platform for our students.
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“We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time,
and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.” (David Warlick)
Our Technology Staff...
Director of Curriculum & Instruction/
Don Harkin, Systems Administrator
Nancy Embry, District Data Manager
Anna Leijon-Guth, Mitchell School (K-3)
Seth Cole, Shapleigh School (4-8)
Don Harkin, Traip Academy (9-12)
Anna Leijon-Guth, Mitchell School
Seth Cole, Shapleigh School
Nancy Berry, Traip Academy
Donna Schoff, District
TECHNOLOGY TEACHER LEADERS
Elizabeth Staulcup, Mitchell Technology Lead (K-1)
Amy Marie Wilson, Mitchell Technology Lead (2-3)
Doug Bennington, Shapleigh Technology Lead
Lauren Roy, Shapleigh Technology Lead
Nancy Berry, Traip Technology Team Lead
Suzanne Watson, Traip Technology Team Lead
INFINITE CAMPUS PARENT/STUDENT PORTAL
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
MAINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE