The Muhlenberg School District has invested in a technology infrastructure on its campus to enable all students and staff to access information from every classroom and instructional area throughout the district. The District maintains a fiber wide area network with high-speed Internet and over 1400 computers. Students use technology at every grade level.
The Muhlenberg Elementary Center contains two computer labs and classroom technology resources for student and staff use. Classes utilize the instructional labs to access software programs that address skill refinement in areas such as basic computer skills, typing, word processing, phonics, number identification, letter recognition, reading development, math practice, vocabulary, Internet research, and introduction to spreadsheets. Classes on a regular basis access library automation software and the Internet. In addition to these resources, the building is equipped with three mobile laptop carts, which allows the students and staff to utilize laptops as research and learning tools in conjunction with various units of study. Second, third and fourth grade classrooms are equipped with SmartBoards and ceiling mounted projectors.
The C.E. Cole Intermediate School uses the latest in technology. Each of the classrooms is equipped with a ceiling mounted projector. Twenty of the classrooms also contain a SmartBoard, as well as the library and computer lab. The building contains one thirty machine computer lab and two laptop carts each containing fifteen computers. The main academic part of the building contains a wireless network. Three special education classrooms contain laptop carts with eight computers.
The Muhlenberg Middle School makes use of three computer labs and two mobile laptop carts for various classroom instruction. Students are instructed in the basics of web page design, graphic design, publication, and multimedia presentations. Study Island is used with each student in enhancing their educational experience. Almost all classrooms contain SmartBoards and ceiling mounted projectors. Six special education classrooms contain laptop carts with eight computers.
The Muhlenberg High School makes use of four technology labs, several curricular mini-labs, four mobile laptop carts and various classroom technology resources. Publication design, multimedia project development, online research, CAD design, and various instructional assignments are conducted in the computer labs throughout the building. Almost all classrooms are equipped with ceiling mounted projectors. Math and science classrooms have a SmartBoard. There are also four social studies and English classrooms with interactive whiteboards. In 2008 the district was awarded a grant from the state's "Classrooms for the Future" program. This added four carts of thirty laptops to classrooms. Six special education classrooms contain laptop carts with eight computers. The main academic part of the building contains a wireless network.
- Daniel R. Houck - Director of Technology (x1295)
- Jay Seyler - Technology Support Specialist (x3514)
- Rick Whitmoyer - Technology Support Specialist (x3529)
- Tammy Mill - Technology Support Specialist (x3514)
Supplemental Staff Positions
- Theresa Diaz - MEC Engaged Classroom Facilitator (x6107)
- Jennifer Hausman - Special Education Technology Facilitator (x4210)
- Diane Keebler - MEC Engaged Classroom Facilitator (x6262)
- Robert Walters - MHS Engaged Classroom Facilitator (x4249)
- Jennifer Wenzel - MMS Engaged Classroom Facilitator (x3131)
- Stacy Yozwiak - Cole Engaged Classroom Facilitator (x2300)