Technology in the Wilmington Diocesan schools is fully integrated in Kindergarten through 12th grade and our technology curriculum aligns with the International Society of Technology in Educations National Technology Education Standards(NETS).
Students must comply with the Diocesan Acceptable Use Policy.
All elementary schools in the Diocese utilize PowerSchool, a nationally known student information system, where demographics, attendance, student schedules, and grades are available. Parents have access via the public portal.
Elementary school nurses record student office visits, immunizations and screenings in PowerSchool.
Among the technological advantages found in our Diocesan schools are:
- Computer labs
- Wired and Wireless Internet Access
- Interactive White Boards
- Digital Video
- LCD Projectors
- Mobile laptop carts
- Wireless Networks
- Laptops for teachers
- 1 to 1 iPad instruction
Schools use the i-Safe curriculum for Internet Safety.
SchoolMessenger is utilized by schools as a notification system.
InfoSnap is an electronic school registration system that integrades with PowerSchool. Currently four elementary schools are utilizing it.