1:1 Student Computing 

Preparing students for the 21st century, SJPS exposes students to a wide range of technologies. From our CAD, Robotics, Graphic Arts, Online Programs, Audio/Video programs, and daily integration to education, we focus on utilizing technology as a daily tool, not just for technology focused students, but for integration into our daily instruction.  


St. Joseph Public Schools is committed to educating and preparing students in a 21st Century learning environment. As a result of several years of planning and study, the district has engaged in a program called Partnership for Unlimited Learning with the SJPS Foundation to implement 1:1 computing for middle school students. By providing students with a laptop computer to use at school and home, learning and instruction can extend beyond the school day and classroom walls. The goal of 1:1 computing is to develop digitally literate students with anytime, anywhere access to learning resources.

Chromebooks will be issued to all students K-12 and students in grades 3-12 will be able to take their laptops home during the school year. 

1:1 Program Handbook

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