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    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 5000 computers. Students use technology at every grade level.

     

    The Muhlenberg Elementary Center has classroom technology resources for student and staff use. Classes utilize 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.  Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards.  There is wi-fi access throughout all the classrooms.  All K-2 classrooms are equipped with iPads.  The third grade classrooms are equipped with Chromebooks.

     

    The C.E. Cole Intermediate School uses the latest in technology. Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards.  There is wi-fi access throughout all the classrooms.  All fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are assigned Chromebooks. Starting in the 2022-23 school year students in grades fifth and sixth grade will be issued a Chromebook that they will retain until a refresh in ninth grade.

     

    The Muhlenberg Junior High School makes use of two computer lab for various classroom instruction. Students are instructed in the basics of web page design, graphic design, publication, and multimedia presentations. Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards.  There is wi-fi access throughout all the classrooms.  The building is a 1:1 Chromebook school. Each student is provided a Chromebook for use 24/7 during the school year. 

     

    The Muhlenberg High School makes use of three technology labs 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. Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards.  There is wi-fi access throughout all the classrooms.  The building is a 1:1 Chromebook school. Each student is provide a Chromebook for use 24/7 during the school year. 

     

    Technology Staff

    • Daniel R. Houck - Director of Technology (x5295)
    • Jay Seyler - Technology Support Specialist (x5526)
    • Rick Whitmoyer - Technology Support Specialist (x5529)
    • Brad Kunkle - Technology Support Specialist (x5514)
    • Stacy Wiza - 21st Century Teaching & Learning Coach - Technology Integrator C.E. Cole, MJHS & MHS (x5528)
    • Samantha Armstrong -21st Century Teaching & Learning Coach - Technology Integrator MEC/Virtual School Coordinator K-5 (x5505)
    • Michelle Kennedy - Secretary (x5527)