• Parent Information on Classroom Technology

    Oconee County currently utilizes a wide variety of technology related tools to enhance the instructional process. Through the use of the wide area network connecting all 12 campus locations and offices, Oconee County is able to provide collaboration, communication, and instructional resources.
    Hardware resources at all schools include computer labs, student and teacher workstations, network printers, and mounted LCD projectors. Elementary school classrooms are also equipped with interactive white boards. All teachers have access to a touchscreen Chromebook or PC laptop that can be projected in the classroom.  K-1st grade students have touchscreen Chromebooks, 2-3rd grades have class sets of Chromebooks, and students in 4th grade and above are 1:1 and take home their Chromebooks.
    Software resources in all schools include MS Office Suite, Discovery Streaming (web-based media service), various online textbook resources, OAS (Online Assessment System), itslearning (learning management system), PowerSchool (student information system), Destiny (school media services), and G Suite for Education. Based on student population, curriculum, and grade level, schools utilize GA Virtual School (credit recovery and online instruction), Edgenuity (web-based self-paced instruction),and Career Tech related applications (AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, etc.).