iPad Program Facts & Information


High School

Middle School

South Elementary

North Elementary

iPads

2016/2017 school year, High School students and teachers received iPad Airs.

2016/2017 school year, High School handed down their Gen 4 iPads to the Middle School students to use. Teachers received a iPad Air.

2016/2017 Middle School handed down their Gen 3 iPads to the Elementary Schools for students in 1st through 4th grades to use.

2016/2017 Middle School handed down their Gen 3 iPads to the Elementary Schools for students in 1st through 4th grades to use.

Apple ID

9-12 students use a "Self-Serv" method of downloading apps.Only High School level apps are available in the Self-Serv.

5-8 students use a "Self-Serv" method of downloading apps.Only Middle School level apps are available in the Self-Serv.

1-4 students use a "Self-Serv" method of downloading apps.Only Elementary School level apps are available in the Self-Serv.

1-4 students use a "Self-Serv" method of downloading apps.Only Elementary School level apps are available in the Self-Serv.

Apps

Students download and associate most apps.Paid apps are purchased by the district. We use Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to manage all licensing codes, which means we can reclaim the app and redistribute to new students.

Students download and associate most apps.Paid apps are purchased by the district. We use Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to manage all licensing codes, which means we can reclaim the app and redistribute to new students.

Students download and associate most apps.Paid apps are purchased by the district. We use Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to manage all licensing codes, which means we can reclaim the app and redistribute to new students.

Students download and associate most apps.Paid apps are purchased by the district. We use Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to manage all licensing codes, which means we can reclaim the app and redistribute to new students.

Bandwidth

Our local ISP has provided internet access via Fiber Optic cable. Currently set at 100 Mbps.

Filtering

All district devices (iPads, MacBook, Windows, etc) are filtered when inside the school network, as required by CIPA. For filtering outside our network, iPads are configured with global proxy settings which send all student traffic through the school monitored filter regardless of where the student connects to the internet.

Wireless

Ruckus ZoneFlex 1200 Controller with R500 Access Points; 50 access points distributed throughout our buildings, 1 per classroom,
*Average about 500 wireless devices (district wide) on our network at anytime during the day.

Management

ASM (Apple School Manager)&JAMF Casper Suite ( Mobile Device Management)

Policies, Rules & Expectations

Can be found on http://wp103.org/district/departments/technology

Cases

Per our agreement, we have asked parents to purchase their own cases.

Repairs

For repairs, we have used a couple 3rd party Apple-certified repair services. High School & Middle School Tech Fees are $60.00. Elementary Schools Tech Fees are $25.00

Other Purchases

As we have tied a lot of budget to new equipment & services for the 1:1 program, we have aggressively searched for ways to save money related to technology that was spent differently in previous budgets.

  1. Copier lease agreement
  2. Anti-virus site license was quite expensive for our Windows computers; switched to a free (for schools) version
  3. Traditional textbook purchases

 


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