Technology at ICS

    Islesboro Central School is proud to be among the front runners in providing access to technology for students and staff.  From offering a Cyber Defense Club to participating is STEM programs such as CREST and Energy4ME, Islesboro Central School strives to offer its students the very best in 21st century learning opportunities. 

    At Islesboro Central School, all students in grades 3-12 have been assigned a personal laptop. Grades 3-6 and 9-12 use PC machines, and the 7th and 8th grade students use the MLTI Macbooks. Four classrooms at ICS are equipped with Eno Interactive White Boards, while the conference room houses a Tandberg unit for video conferencing. The Tandberg is available for all students and staff members. Often times, community members will use the Tandberg to virtually attend meetings and classes on the mainland.  

    This year, ICS has launched their Google Apps for Education domain.  Google Apps enables students and staff to collaborate and share work at the click of a button, from any computer with an internet connection.  This means that no matter where a student logs on, he or she can access homework, grades, class materials and online resources.  


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