At St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School, technology is used to enhance the curriculum throughout the campus. Our school has a state of the art computer lab for full class instruction. The lab has a dedicated technology instructor for all classes K-8 once a week and also has designated time slots for classroom teachers to bring their students for extra computer work. In addition to the lab, each classroom has 3 student desktops along with a teacher station. All classrooms are equipped with interactive panels or projectors.
St. Mary Magdalen also has approximately 250 managed iPads for student use. Some classrooms have dedicated trays of 10 for student use and the 3 main buildings have mobile carts of 30 which can be checked out for use in the classrooms. iPads are used for various student projects, as centers in primary classrooms, skill re-enforcement, and as a research resource.
Wireless access is available throughout the campus. Internet access is monitored via a content filter and a firewall is in place for a safe and secure online environment.
Other technology highlights include a TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning) Center, live broadcast studio, programmable robotics, a STEM club, a Girls Who Code club, and a new Mac lab.