techWinfield City Schools is on the forefront of integrating technology in the classroom and has made tremendous strides recently with our 1:1 initiative that began in 2013. Now students use technology daily and continuallyWinf to engage and collaborate on their assignments to improve achievement and communication. Teachers use a variety of technology tools as well.

All students in grades 3-10 have a 1:1 laptop with a full version of Microsoft Office with accounts to log-on to Google and Office 365. Our juniors and seniors use laptop carts when necessary and laptops as well as iPads are used in grade K-2.onetoone

Haiku is used as the online learning management system and currently integrates seamlessly with Google. All students have an Active Directory account that is used for all single sign-on to network resources, Pirate Mail (Microsoft Exchange), Google Apps, Office 365, Haiku, and Pirate Library (Destiny Library Management System.logo

We are committed to providing relevant technology as a resource for improving student achievement, student engagement, collaboration, and communication.

Keeping students both safe and focused on curriculum is a system priority. In order to protect and serve students, the system has adopted several policies and guidelines. Please contact your school office for more information and request a copy of the Internet Acceptable Use Policy. Winfield is CIPA compliant and meets all federal and state regulations for providing a safe Internet for minors.