Holy Family School Embraces iPads

Whether you like it or not technology has an undeniable role in the future. Part of ensuring job success for our youth is teaching them about technological advances and ensuring that they are prepared to enter an ever more technologically dependent society.

Holy Family School embraces this concept with their iPad program. Students in grades 5th through 8th have an iPad to use for learning both in the classroom and at home. Students learn internet safety and responsibility when they receive the iPad. Students in Kindergarten through the 4th grade get to use an iPad in class.

Holy Family School also connects with the digital world in their Technology Lab. This is an integral part of helping students succeed. The school looked to match their standard with ISTE or International Society for Technology in Education and each student learns creativity, communication, and critical thinking skills.

Students are taught to be good citizens, even when you are in the digital world.

Holy Family School is located at 1301 Rollin St, South Pasadena. Call (626) 799-4354 or visit http://school.holyfamily.org/ to learn more about them.



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