Technology Deparment 

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Phone: 580-481-3095

The Altus Public School District is proud to announce the APSD Digital Learning Initiative, a new and exciting plan focused on enhancing academic learning through new technology services.

Our 1:1 Digital Learning Initiative is on the leading-edge in our state and will serve as a model for other school districts throughout Oklahoma.  Our technology philosophy is based on a holistic approach where personalized, digital learning and technology skills are infused throughout the daily teaching and learning process. 

Phase I:

As part of this initiative, all teachers and certified staff were issued state-of-the-art MacBook Airs laptop computers for school and home use at the beginning of the 2014-15 school year.  These laptop computers were deployed with pre-installed software programs and applications to be used throughout the curriculum.  Teachers will use laptops and related technology to enhance communication, collaboration, organization, and production in all classes and subject areas.

Phase II:

Phase II of the Digital Learning initiative provided students at AIS and AJS with iPads for school and home use which began in the second semester of the 2014-15 school year.  Digital learning resources will be made available at home and school through the District’s network for integration into the classroom.

Phase III:

The plan for Phase III of the Digital Learning initiative is to provide students at AHS with iPads for school and home use at the beginning of the 2015-16 school year.  Digital learning resources will be made available at home and school through the District’s network for integration into the classroom.

Phase IV:

Phase IV of the Digital Learning initiative will provide students at the elementary schools with iPads at the beginning of the 2016-17 school year.  Digital learning resources will be made available at school through the District’s network for integration into the classroom.

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