Instructional Technology

Digital learning and instruction is a long-term focus in Princeton Public Schools to help all students develop the skills necessary to succeed in an ever-changing world. With a focus on student learning, the digital learning plan in Princeton Public Schools includes putting mobile devices (Chromebooks) into the hands of students in grades 3 through 12, and expanding student access to shared classroom sets of mobile devices (iPads) in Pre-K through through grade 2.

Tiger using a Chromebook

As we consider the needs of today’s learners to be competitive in the digital-age, aligning our student’s access to technology, instructional supports and infrastructure will help us provide innovative learning opportunities in our schools. A large focus of our strategic plan is to build capacity within each learner to solve authentic problems, collaborate with peers, and to be able to demonstrate their own learning. Technology helps accelerate learning opportunities both in and outside of our classrooms.

Jessica Town-Gunderson

Director of Teaching & Learning

Ian McGathey

District Technician

Jodi Burling

Technology Integration Specialist

Jasen Webb

Technology Coordinator

Sonia Strickland

Technology / Teaching & Learning Secretary

Luke Shoemaker

District Technician