Todd F. Connell, Director, Computer and Media Services/IT Manager; Computer and Media Services; (516) 434-7075
Success for every student is at the heart of all we do in the Computer Department. With this mission in mind, we provide the necessary technological tools to be used in an already existing rich learning community, the Levittown schools.
The technology department maintains its focus on instruction while supporting the growing computer infrastructure. The most profound effect of our services is on students, whom these enhancements will effectively place at the helm of their own learning experiences. The Levittown computer department enables students to interact online around shared interest with their peers virtually anywhere in the world; report on school projects, as well as keep up to date on current news and events. Both teachers and students utilize this rich environment to maintain and cultivate their digital resumes for years to come.
The technology department works together with administrators, teachers, staff and students to provide leadership in the integration of technology with the aim towards improving student achievement and teacher productivity.
Smart Schools Bond Act Information
The Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014 was passed in the 2014-15 Enacted NYS Budget and approved by the voters in a statewide referendum held during the 2014 General Election. The Smart Schools Bond Act authorized the issuance of $2 billion of general obligation bonds to finance improved educational technology and infrastructure to improve learning and opportunity for students throughout NY State.
Smart Schools Bond Act Investment Plan
The Districts approved Smart Schools Bond Act Investment Plan (supplemental submission) has been amended due to the global pandemic. The global pandemic has brought unprecedented change and challenges to education and the need for technology resources has never been greater. In order to meet the need and be fully prepared for any possible learning model (including remote learning, hybrid learning or full in-person learning) the District needs to expand its one-to-one device initiative goal to include additional grade levels. The model of the device was also modified to better align with the platform being utilized for remote learning. Details of the amended plan can be
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