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Our Mission

To live, learn, and work successfully in an increasingly complex and information-rich society, students must be able to use technology effectively.

Within an effective educational setting, technology can enable students to become:

  • Capable information technology users
  • Information seekers, analyzers, and evaluators
  • Problem solvers and decision makers
  • Creative and effective users of productivity tools
  • Communicators, collaborators, publishers, and producers
  • Informed, responsible, and contributing citizens

Norwalk Technology Vendor Registration Form


1:1 Chromebook Program

All our District’s 1:1 program information is available in Google Drive. Use these links to review that information:
1:1 Program Handbook

Parent Information on Chromebooks


District Technology Plan

During the 15-16 school year, the Technology SIAC group will be reviewing the results of the Clarity Survey given to all staff, students and parents in the district.

We will use that data to formulate our upcoming Technology Plan for the district.

Here is a link to our current plan which will serve as the starting point for us as we formulate our future plans.

Prior Tech Plan


Printers

Students, add the FollowMe print queue to your Chromebook:

FollowMe
FollowMe_Color
FollowMe_Color_Lexmark


Securly Filter

Norwalk Schools is now using an internet filter, Securly, that requires a security certificate to be installed on ALL devices that use our network. We have pre-loaded this certificate on many computers and devices. However, we may have missed some devices, and this certificate will need to be loaded on any personal devices you wish to connect to use here at school. The installation is quick and easy. In most cases, it is simply a matter of downloading the certificate, clicking it, and following the onscreen instructions. Note: installing this certificate will have no effect on your device when its off the school network.

Get the Securly certificate for browsers and devices

iPhones and iPads
Mac OS X computers
Firefox on PCs

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