Technology & Digital Citizenship
CHES promotes the integration of technology into all content and grade levels. Throughout many classrooms you will find the use of desktop computers, laptops, notebooks, and iPads. The majority of classrooms also have a SMART Board that integrates hands-on learning with interactive technology. CHES also has a computer lab where classes have easy access for the use of technology, computer skill building, and online learning.
CHES also promotes the safe and responsible use of electronic resources, including the internet. Methods of obtaining and using information online need to be addressed with regards to usage rights. Also, safe and responsible use of the internet and computers is essential for effective use of the technology. Digital Citizenship is a new value that when introduced to students will guide them through a productive and meaningful technology experience.
The Service-Learning contact for CHES is Mr. Paul Taylor, who may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PFY – After School Program
Partnering for Youth provides academic, enrichment, and recreational activities for students at Queen Anne’s County schools directly after dismissal.