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Technology

Starting in kindergarten students have computer once a week. Through the years, the students learn various software applications including: drawing, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, collaborative software, and web browsing. In addition to learning important software skills, the students also explore how to evaluate and cite sources and participate as responsible online citizens.

Grade Level Expectations for Technology

The following National Education Technology Standards (NETS) are the guide for the technology curriculum at St. Pius School:

By the end of kindergarten, students will:

By the end of first grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of second grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of the third grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of fourth grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of fifth grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of the sixth grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of the seventh grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and:

By the end of eighth grade, students will demonstrate a proficiency in the above work and: