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WAYNE County Technology Plan
2004-2007
OPTIMAL
Online Planning - Technology Integration Measures for Achievement and Learning
Last revised on February 16, 2005
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County Technology Plan
West Virginia has placed an emphasis on equitably providing technology for schools in order to
enhance student learning, improve student achievement, and prepare students for post-secondary
education and the world of work. Many stakeholders are involved in this process including students,
teachers, administrators, parents, community members, legislators, board of education members and
others.
Collectively, the county technology planning team members have assisted in creating, refining,
implementing and utilizing educational technology to meet the current standards, develop local
programs, build partners and capacity, make data-driven decisions, and to evaluate the use of
technology for administrative and instructional tasks.
The county technology plan is a component of the UCIP and is based on the state OPTimal online
format (http://wv.ontargetus.com/). This plan will serve several functions. Not only does the plan
complement and support the county's instructional goals as delineated in the UCIP, it is also intended to
help meet the technology objectives/requirements of the school, county/state policies, state/federal
programs, and competitive grants. Examples of these include the following:
Policy 2320: A Process for Improving Education Performance Based Accreditation System
Policy 2450: Virtual Distance Learning
Policy 2460: Use of the Internet by Students and Educators
Policy 2470: Use of Technology by Students and Educators
Policy 2510: Assuring Quality of Education
Policy 2520: Content Standards and Objectives
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to receive Universal Service Fund Program
E-rate Funds
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 which establishes the Enhancing Education Through
Technology (Ed Tech) Program
West Virginia House Bill 4319
Basic Skills/Computer Education (BS/CE)
WV SUCCESS
WVDE Reinventing Education
However, the most important function of the plan is to ensure that the effective use of educational
technology supports achievement and lifelong learning.
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Technology Team Contact Information
Name: Carolyn Hale
Title: Director of Technology
Email: [email protected]us
Phone: 304-272-5116 Ext: 353
Name: Katie Carey
Title: Director of Elementary Education
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-5116 Ext: 350
Name: Mike Rutherford
Title: Assistant Superintendent
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-5116 Ext: 306
Name: Dennis Bradley
Title: Director of Vocational and Secondary Education
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-5116 Ext: 362
Name: Roger D. Perry
Title: Coordinator of Electrical and Networking Services
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-9028
Name: Annette Lewis
Title: Business Partner - NCompass Networks
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-529-6069
Name: Karen Rucker
Title: Parent
Email:
Phone: 304-453-4378
Name: Todd Thompson
Title: High School System Operator /Media Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-453-3588
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Name: Heather Heck
Title: High School System Operator /Media Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-5639 Ext: 20
Name: Sue Collins
Title: High School System Operator /Media Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-648-5566
Name: Rebecca Cochrane
Title: Middle School System Operator/Media Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-3227
Name: Maynard Hay
Title: Middle School System Operator/Media Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-648-5404
Name: Sue Wilson
Title: Middle School System Operator/Teacher
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-429-6062
Name: Deborah Russell
Title: Principal - Elementary School
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-272-3226
Name: Rebecca Richards
Title: Principal - Elementary School
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 304-393-3447
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County Mission and Vision Statements
County Vision:
The Wayne County educational system will provide a safe, nurturing, challenging and developmentally
appropriate environment that empowers all students, pre-school through adult, to value learning as a
life-long pursuit and to enable them to become productive, responsible, competitive citizens.
County Mission:
The Wayne County educational system will provide the structure and opportunities necessary for all
students to become academically successful, socially responsible and productive in a global society.
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Needs Assessment
Analysis of Assessment Data
Deficiencies exist in mathematics performance. Technology tools to strengthen basic skills in
mathematics at all grade levels will be emphasized.
Analysis of UCIP
Schools need to integrate technology into the curriculum. Schools need to implement various
instructional strategies and techniques especially the middle and high schools. Writing instruction needs
to become a part of every students' weekly educational curriculum in grades K-12 for all classes.
Teachers should implement various instructional programs to enhance curricular class offering.
Technology Infrastructure
All Wayne County schools have at least one frame-relay T1 circuit installed with router capability to
provide Internet access for data and video applications. Each Wayne County school should have at
least one computer lab to accommodate 25 students and wiring for three or more computer
workstations in each classroom. To improve network effectiveness, current LAN switches at the three
high schools need to be replaced and content acceleration hardware added. To facilitate technology
utilization, video network upgrades are needed which include hardware, circuits, site development and
centralized management.
OEPA Reports
Those schools that did not meet Annual Yearly Performance status will be the targets of Wayne County
resources. Recommendations made by the OEPA review team for technology integration will be
addressed.
Technology Committee Report
To improve student basic skills abilities in reading, writing and mathematics, continued distribution of
computers will be accomplished through the WV Basic skills project to serve elementary and middle
schools as needed. Computers provided by the WV SUCCESS initiative will be distributed to middle
schools and high schools as needed. The committee recommends the proposed upgrades to the video
network to enhance usage which supports curriculum content standards. Maintenance agreements for
computers and distance learning equipment will be supported to maintain network operations which
ensure uninterrupted classroom instruction.
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Instructional Goal #1
To enhance learning and improve achievement, Wayne County elementary and middle schools will
concentrate upon the developmental skills in reading, language arts and mathematics.
Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
All schools will increase the percentage of all students, in all subgroups, who are proficient in basic
skills as measured by AYP on the WESTEST for the 2004-2005 school year.
Indicators of Achievement:
Year 1:
Complete WV Basic Skills distribution to elementary school labs.
(2002-03)
The current student to computer ratio of 7.2:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 2:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2003-04)
in all instructional settings, will decrease due to computer distribution.
The current student to computer ratio of 8.7:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 3:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2004-05)
in all instructional setting, will decrease due to computer distribution.
The current student to computer ratio of 5.2:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 4:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2005-06)
in all instructional settings, will decrease due to computer distribution.
Year 5:
The student to computer ratio will reflect the state and national average of 4.8:1 due to
(2006-07) computer distribution to all instructional settings.
Technology Activity: #1, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide computer lab enhancements as designated by need for each elementary school, to ensure
support for 25-30 workstations, with current operating systems and software for basic skills instruction.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
School principals
Compass Learning
Activity Type
Access
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No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source
Hardware - Desktop Access
Est $
BS/CE
86279.30
Telecommunications
67200.00
Ed Tech Formula - Round 3 46887.58
Total:
200366.88
Technology Activity: #2, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Upgrade wiring infrastructure to accommodate additional computers in labs and classrooms.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Network Infrastructure - Cabling Access
General Funds
15500.00
Total:
15500.00
Technology Activity: #3, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Construct raised platform lab at Prichard Elementary and Wayne Elementary to enhance student
access.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
School Business Partner
Activity Type
Access
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No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Construction and cabling Access
Business Partners 6000.00
SBA
25000.00
General Funds
6000.00
Total:
37000.00
2
Total:
Technology Activity: #4, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Purchase and install LAN switches at Wayne Elementary School to enhance network performance and
provide network access to areas currently not served.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
SBA
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Network Infrastructure - Electronics Access
SBA
13300.00
Total:
13300.00
Technology Activity: #5, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Access to other technologies, available to all instructional settings, will be provided. These technologies
will include two-way interactive videoconferencing units for distance education and staff development
beginning in 2004. In addition, implementation of radio frequency video distribution systems with
schools targeted for new construction in 2005-2006.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Educaton
June Harless Center, Marshall University
Activity Type
Innovative Strategies
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No. Budget Item
Activity Type
1
Innovative Strategies E-Rate Year 8
15311.84
General Funds
14461.19
Total:
29773.03
2
Hardware - Other
Funding Source Est $
E-rate - Internal Connections Innovative Strategies E-Rate Year 8
28355.60
General Funds
12152.40
Total:
40508.00
Technology Activity: #6, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Access to mobile, wireless computer labs will be increased as determined by need. The focus for
utilization of these units will be to provide additional instructional settings for general curriculum and
administrative use for staff development.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Annette Schoew
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
1
Access
2
Hardware - Notebook
Network Infrastructure - Wireless Access
Title I
64000.00
Total:
64000.00
Title I
5200.00
Total:
5200.00
Technology Activity: #7, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
COntinue to provide classroom mini-labs which include 3-5 workstations per classroom in all curriculum
areas.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Educaton
Business Partner
Activity Type
Access
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No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Network Infrastructure - Cabling Access
General Funds
68000.00
Total:
68000.00
Technology Activity: #8, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide a centralized plan for computer hardware maintenance.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
nCompass Networks
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Technical Support - HW maintenance Access
General Funds
37000
Total:
37000.00
Technology Activity: #9, Instructional Goal #1, Technology Improvement Objective #1
To improve the infrastructure at Crum Elementary and East Lynn ES for improved technology
integration and use of the telecommunications network and improved communication with schoools,
homes and community
Persons Responsible
Roger Perry
Activity Type
Access
Stakeholder Involvement
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
E-rate - BSCE E-rate App. Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 6
37185.39
BS/CE
4131.71
Total:
41317.10
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Instructional Goal #2
Wayne County secondary schools will focus upon providing increased access to instructional resources
in order to enhance learning,improve achievement,and ensure that all students graduate with
knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in post-secondary learning and/or the workforce.
Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Student achievement in secondary schools will increase in core curriculum areas in accordance with
levels designated by the West Virginia Content Standards. Achievement results will be evident by AYP,
WESTEST and Writing Assessment results.
Indicators of Achievement:
Year 1:
SUCCESS computer labs will be established in each high school.
(2002-03)
The current student to computer ratio of 6.7:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 2:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2003-04)
will decrease at the high school level.
msThe current student to computer ratio of 6.7:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 3:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2004-05)
will decrease at the middle school level.
hsThe current student to computer ratio of 5.2:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 4:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2005-06)
will decrease at the high school level.
hsThe current student to computer ratio of 5.2:1, based on computers with Windows 98 or
Year 5:
higher operating systems, as reported on the yearly inventory and the Digital Divide Survey,
(2006-07)
will decrease at the high school level.
Technology Activity: #1, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide computer lab enhancements as needed for each secondary school to ensure support for 25-30
workstations, with current operating systems and software for integrating multimedia instruction. Middle
school will be targeted in 2004-2005 and 1006-2007. High schools will be targeted in 2005-2006.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Pomeroy IT Solutions
Activity Type
Access
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No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source
Hardware - Desktop Access
Est $
SUCCESS
100156.00
Telecommunications 66000.00
Total:
166156.00
Technology Activity: #2, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Distribute network laser printers to middle schools as defined by need.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Pomeroy IT Solutions
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Hardware - Printer Access
SUCCESS
6522.00
Total:
6522.00
Technology Activity: #3, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide Microsoft Office workstation licenses for computer lab at Vinson Middle school.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Pomeroy IT Solutions
System Operator
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Software - Application Access
SUCCESS
2176.00
Total:
2176.00
Technology Activity: #4, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
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Provide mini-labs consisting of 3-5 computers in each secondary school classroom to enhance access
to instructional resources and improve instruction. Middle schools will be targeted in the 2004-2005 and
2006-2007 school years and high schools in the 2005-2006 school year.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
1
Access
General Funds
6500.00
Total:
6500.00
2
Network Infrastructure - Cabling
Network Infrastructure - Electronics Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 8
35346.77
General Funds
8836.70
Total:
44183.47
Technology Activity: #5, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide enhancements to network infrastructure at high schools to include Cisco content engines for the
purpose of improving access to Internet resources.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger Perry
Verizon
Activity Type
Content/Tech Integration
Stakeholder Involvement
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
E-rate - Internal Connections Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 8
10986.80
General Funds
3995.20
Total:
14982.00
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Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Increased student proficiency in the Career and Technical curriculum will be evidenced by EDGE
certifications, end-of-course test scores, NAEP testing and Microsoft certifications.
Indicators of Achievement:
Year 1:
3% of Career and Technical classroms will include computer equipment and presentation
(2002-03) equipment with current operating systems and software.
Year 2:
10% of Career and Technical classroms will include computer equipment and presentation
(2003-04) equipment with current operating systems and software.
Year 3:
25% of Career and Technical classroms will include computer equipment and presentation
(2004-05) equipment with current operating systems and software.
Year 4:
75% of Career and Technical classroms will include computer equipment and presentation
(2005-06) equipment with current operating systems and software.
Year 5:
90% of Career and Technical classroms will include computer equipment and presentation
(2006-07) equipment with current operating systems and software.
Technology Activity: #1, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Provide additional wiring as needed to accommodate new computers and printers in labs for the
2004-2005 implementation.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Network Infrastructure - Cabling Access
General Funds
6000.00
Total:
6000.00
Technology Activity: #2, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Construct a raised platform computer lab at Fort Gay Middle school, to be completed by the 2006-2007
school year, for the purpose of increased access for students.
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Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Educaton
Business Partner
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item Activity Type Funding Source Est $
1
Construction Access
General Funds
25000.00
Business Partners 5000.00
Total:
30000.00
Technology Activity: #3, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Provide upgraded or new technology resources for career and technical classrooms as appropriate.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Dennis Bradley
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
1
Access
Grants
20000
Total:
20000.00
General Funds
6000
Total:
6000.00
Grants
15000
Total:
15000.00
2
3
4
Hardware - Desktop
Hardware - Printer
Access
Hardware - Projection Device Access
Software - Instructional
Innovative Strategies General Funds
Total:
9000
9000.00
Technology Activity: #4, Instructional Goal #2, Technology Improvement Objective #2
To collaborate with adult literacy providers to provide technology access to school computer labs
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
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Roger Perry
Activity Type
Stakeholder Involvement
THERE IS NO BUDGET ITEM
No. Budget Item
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
No Budget Items
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Instructional Goal #3
Students and professional staff in Wayne County Schools will develop and demonstrate competencies
and understanding of instructional technology resources in all curriculum areas.
Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Professional staff will continue to participate in training programs for integration of technology-related
instructional and administrative tools for the purpose of creating media-rich learning environments.
Indicators of Achievement:
Year 1:
20% of instructional staff at the elementary level will participate in Basic Skills software
(2002-03) training.
Year 2:
20% of instructional staff at the elementary and middle school level will participate in Basic
(2003-04) Skills software training.
25% of instructional staff at the elementary and middle school level will participate in Basic
Year 3:
Skills software training. 10% of staff at secondary schools will participate in specialized
(2004-05)
training to include integration resources and network operations.
20% of instructional staff at the elementary and middle school level will participate in Basic
Year 4:
Skills software training. 10% of staff at secondary schools will participate in specialized
(2005-06)
training to include integration resources and network operations.
20% of instructional staff at the elementary and middle school level will participate in Basic
Year 5:
Skills software training. 10% of staff at secondary schools will participate in specialized
(2006-07)
training to include integration resources and network operations.
Technology Activity: #1, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide initial training and follow up support days for basic skills at middle and elementary schools as
needed.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Kelly Parsons, Comass Learning
Activity Type
Professional Development
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No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source
Professional Development Professional Development BS/CE
Est $
10000
Ed Tech Formula - Round 2 15000
Total:
25000.00
Technology Activity: #2, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Provide training for middle school system operators and instructional staff for the utilization of School
Kit, Novell, Smartboard resources and online test assessment summaries.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Glenna Plymale
Pomeroy IT Solutions
EdVenture Group
Activity Type
Professional Development
Content/Tech Integration
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source
Professional Development Professional Development SUCCESS
Est $
3000
General Funds
3000
Ed Tech Competitive - Round 3 5000
Total:
11000.00
Technology Activity: #3, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #1
Construct a staff development training room for the purpose of training by computer-based or
videoconferencing technologies.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger Perry
Activity Type
Access
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type Funding Source Est $
Room contstruction/development Access
General Funds
10000
Total:
10000.00
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Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Utilization and understanding of online and video network technology tools for effective communications
and improved instruction through the integration of the telecommunications network will increase.
Indicators of Achievement:
Year 1:
24% of professional staff have email accounts. 5% of schools have distance learning
(2002-03) capability through videoconferencing. 3% of schools have interactive websites.
Year 2:
30% of professional staff have email accounts. 50% of schools have distance learning
(2003-04) capability through videoconferencing. 5% of schools have interactive websites.
Year 3:
40% of professional staff have email accounts. 75% of schools have distance learning
(2004-05) capability through videoconferencing. 7% of schools have interactive websites.
Year 4:
50% of professional staff have email accounts. 90% of schools have distance learning
(2005-06) capability through videoconferencing. 10% of schools have interactive websites.
Year 5:
75% of professional staff have email accounts. 100% of schools have distance learning
(2006-07) capability through videoconferencing. 25% of schools have interactive websites.
Technology Activity: #1, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Upgrade the video network to provide centrally managed distance learning and staff development
opportunities through videoconferencing or online formats at all schools. Timeline will be 2004-2006.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
Activity Type
Innovative Strategies
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
Video network hardware/software Innovative Strategies General Funds
Total:
253000
253000.00
Technology Activity: #2, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Install a radio frequency video distribution system which interfaces with network infrastructure and
phone system for enhanced opportuinities for communications and instructional resources. Timeline will
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be 2005-2007 for pilot installations at Wayne Elementary and Kellogg Elementary.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Roger D. Perry
Wayne County Board of Education
Activity Type
Innovative Strategies
No. Budget Item
1
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
E-rate - Internal Connections Innovative Strategies E-Rate Year 8
28355.60
General Funds
12152.40
Total:
40508.00
Technology Activity: #3, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
Enhance capabilities of county website for interaction with schools and community.
Persons Responsible
Carolyn Hale
Activity Type
Content/Tech Integration
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
Funding Source Est $
1
Access
General Funds
3000
Total:
3000.00
2
Hardware - Server
Software - Web Design Content/Tech Integration General Funds
Total:
7500
7500.00
Technology Activity: #4, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
To improve the use of the telecommunications network in schols and to provide improved
communication between schools/homes and community with the focus on improving student
achievement and providing a safe school environment (Year 6 requests)
Persons Responsible
E-rate coordinator
principals
superintendent
Activity Type
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Content/Tech Integration
Stakeholder Involvement
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
1
Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 6
54104.34
General Funds
19864.14
Total:
73968.48
2
E-rate - Voice
Funding Source Est $
E-rate - Data Lines Content/Tech Integration E-Rate Year 6
104234.50
General Funds
39444.26
Total:
143678.76
Technology Activity: #5, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
To improve the use of the telecommunications network in schols and to provide improved
communication between schools/homes and community with the focus on improving student
achievement and providing a safe school environment (Year 7 request)
Persons Responsible
county e-rate contact
Activity Type
Content/Tech Integration
Stakeholder Involvement
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
1
Content/Tech Integration E-Rate Year 7
2
3
E-rate - Data Lines
Funding Source Est $
114486.00
General Funds
38094.00
Total:
152580.00
E-rate - Long Distance Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 7
52650.00
General Funds
16470.00
Total:
69120.00
E-rate - Voice
Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 7
96390.00
General Funds
31110.00
Total:
127500.00
Technology Activity: #6, Instructional Goal #3, Technology Improvement Objective #2
To improve the use of the telecommunications network in schols and to provide improved
communication between schools/homes and community with the focus on improving student
achievement and providing a safe school environment (Year 8 requests)
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Persons Responsible
County E-rate contact
Activity Type
Content/Tech Integration
Stakeholder Involvement
No. Budget Item
Activity Type
1
Content/Tech Integration E-Rate Year 8
2
3
E-rate - Data Lines
Funding Source Est $
121562.02
General Funds
42882.18
Total:
164444.20
E-rate - Long Distance Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 8
39498.00
General Funds
11082.00
Total:
50580.00
E-rate - Voice
Stakeholder Involvement E-Rate Year 8
70398.00
General Funds
19622.00
Total:
90020.00
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Compliance Checklist
Ed Tech Compliance Checklist
1. Does the county plan include the county's specific goals for using advanced technology to improve
student achievement?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 2 Objective 1 and Activity 1
2. Does the plan include strategies that address how Ed Tech Funds will improve academic
achievement of all students in all schools in the county? (Emphasis should be given to high-need and
high-poverty schools)
yes
This is addressed under Goal 1 Objective 1 and Activity 1
3. Does the county plan include strategies that address how to ensure that all students and teachers will
have increased access to technology?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 2 and Activity 1
4. Does the county plan include plans to provide ongoing professional development for teachers,
principals and administrators to further the effective use of technology?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 1 and Activity 2
5. Does the county plan include a budget (description of type and costs of technology to be acquired
with Ed Tech formula and /or competitive funds)?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 1 Objective 1 and Activity 1
6. Does the county plan include strategies that address how to encourage the development and use of
innovative strategies for the delivery of specialized or rigorous courses (e.g., distance learning)?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 2 and Activity 1
7. Does the county plan include strategies that address how to use technology to promote parental
involvement to increase communication with parents?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 2 and Activity 3
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8. Does the county plan include strategies that address how the technology programs will be developed
in collaboration with adult literacy providers?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 2 Objective 2 and Activity 4
9. Does the county plan include strategies that address how the county will evaluate the extent to which
activities funded in formula and competitive funds are effective in integrating technology?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 1 and Activity 1
E-rate Compliance Checklist
1. Does the county plan include the E-rate requirements for clear goals and a realistic strategy for using
telecommunications?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 2 and Activity 1
2. Does the county plan include strategies that address the computer equipment currently available or
budgeted for purchase?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 1 Objective 1 and Activity 1
3. Does the county plan include strategies that address the internal connections that the county has in
place or budgeted to install in the current, next or future academic years?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 2 and Activity 2
4. Does the county plan include strategies that address the computer software necessary to
communicate with other computers over an internal network?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 2 Objective 2 and Activity 1
5. Does the county plan include the professional development plan for professionals using the
equipment connected to the telecommunications network?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 1 and Activity 1
6. Does the county plan include the existing or budgeted maintenance contracts to maintain computers?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 1 Objective 1 and Activity 8
7. Does the county plan include specific plans for using telecommunications technologies and how they
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integrate the use of these technologies into the curriculum?
yes
This is addressed under Goal 3 Objective 1 and Activity 1
8. Does someone else other than your county personnel submit your local E-rate application?
no
9. E-rate requires that we report the number of schools in each county that have the following Internet
Connections:
Number of schools in the county with Dial up modem connections to the Internet?
0
Number of schools in the county with 56 K frame relay connection to the Internet?
0
Number of schools in the county that have T-1 frame relay connections to the Internet? 21
Number of schools in the county that have ATM T-1 Internet connections?
5
Number of schools in the county that have cable modem connections to the Internet? 0
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Policies and Procedures
Do you have an Acceptable Use Policy?
yes
If yes, what is the last date of adoption/revision?
08/09/2001
When was the public meeting held for CIPA Compliance?
07/12/2001
Provide the URL to your acceptable use policy.
boe.wayn.k12.wv.us/tech.htm
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