Through Connect2Learn each LS R-7 student to receive Chromebook to use at school and at home
Visit website for more information about district’s launch of one-to-one program.
The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District will provide Dell Chromebooks for all students – kindergarten through high school – in fall 2015. Each student should receive a Chromebook by Labor Day 2015.
Known as Connect2Learn, the Chromebook rollout supports school district priorities and is an important step toward further developing engaged learners and meeting the district’s mission — We prepare each student for success in life. Increased access to digital devices increases equity among all students and helps support the way students learn and teachers teach. Within this innovative learning environment, students can also be more engaged in the learning experience.
Through Connect2Learn, students will have access to this powerful learning tool both at home and at school, regardless of family income or ability to purchase the digital devices.
For more information about Connect2Learn, please visit http://connect2learn.lsr7.org/. This website features a popular FAQs page that is updated as additional questions about the program are submitted. This FAQs web page also provides an opportunity for individuals to recommend new questions. Twitter followers are encouraged to keep up with information about the rollout at the hashtag #r7connect2learn.
Dear parents and/or guardians:
The Lees Summit R-7 School District will provide a Dell Chromebook for all students starting in the fall of 2015. The Chromebook rollout, dubbed Connect2Learn, supports district priorities and is an important step toward further developing engaged learners and meeting the district’s mission. Increased access to digital devices is designed to enhance student learning, create opportunities for more personalized and deeper learning experiences and provide students with the tools they use now and will encounter in their future.
LSR7 has partnered with BrightBytes, an educational research and analytics company, in order to learn more about our students’ school and home technology use for learning.
We are reaching out to ask you to take part in our LSR7 technology questionnaire. Your participation is essential in helping us form a more complete picture of technology use for learning in our students’ lives. Please know that all of your responses will remain anonymous to protect your privacy and they will help your child’s school measure technology use in their classrooms. It will also aid LSR7 in identifying training opportunities for staff, students, and parents. It will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
The last day to complete this questionnaire is May 27th at 11:59 PM.
To complete the survey, please go to: http://www.BByt.es/7Z6QP
Thank you for taking part in this important survey!
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