1:1 Technology Program

Research demonstrates that, when strategically integrated into daily instruction, technology is a proven tool to increase student engagement, promote critical thinking and extend learning beyond the classroom walls. The division believes using technology to improve and maximize the impact of student work supports the division's mission of ensuring all students acquire the skills and knowledge needed to make productive contributions in the world.

While YCSD has earned national recognition as a leader in the use of BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) to support classroom instruction, the shift to emergency remote learning due to COVID-19 school closures identified significant gaps in equitable access to technology among students. Therefore, in 2020, the County School Board and the York County Board of Supervisors approved funding to launch a 1:1 Technology Program for all students in grades K-12.

Enhancing classroom instruction through the integrated use of technology also eliminates the need to schedule computer lab time and ensure computer use happens as it does in workplaces and universities - when it needs to rather than when it can.

Handouts/Resources:

Devices

Quick Tips:

Logging in and Using Your Device


Connecting to the Internet


YCSD Programs and Applications


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