St. Paul School uses computers and tablets as tools for teaching and for learning in new and interesting ways tied to 21st century skills and common core standards. St. Paul School has a computer lab that provides each student a computer with appropriate software and Internet access.
St. Paul students learn to use technology with ease, know common uses of technology in daily life, demonstrate how technology has personally affected their lives and exhibit responsible use of technology with ethical behavior and netiquette. Teachers incorporate a variety of software and applications into learning projects to provide additional opportunities to learn and collaborate with other students.
CTN (Catholic Technology Network) is utilized at teacher discretion according to availability of programs and class schedule.
A to Z Reading and Raz kids are used in the classroom and at home.
Discovery and National Geographic
Other curriculum programs are purchased and used by the teachers for lesson administration, enhancement and assessment. Many of the programs will be accessed for work done at home.