Technology Guidelines and Policy
Our school is technologically advanced. Since Fall 2013, all RLS students (grades 6-8) are provided with their own Chromebook for 1:1 use in the academic environment.
Dr. Marylou Wilson, superintendent of the St. Helena Unified School District, was selected by the U.S. Department of Education in the 2014-15 school year as one of 100 top school leaders from across America to participate in the first-ever National Connected Superintendents Summit at the White House. Superintendent Wilson was recognized for her leadership in helping transition the SHUSD to digital learning.
Three RLS staff members have been named NapaLearns fellows, and have earned Master's degrees in Educational Technology.
Parents are connected through technology via Aeries website, a student-information system that provides real-time feedback on how students are performing in each class. Additionally, Haiku Learning Management System is used by the students for parents to be able to review and keep track of daily homework assignments.
For additional student, parent and community information, our school maintains a website, and sends weekly email updates to our parent/community subscribers via PeachJar.