Instructional TechnologyDigital Education Coordinator: Kati Carthum360 473 1056
ACCESSING DIGITAL CONTENT:
All staff and students can now access digital content by going to https://launchpad.classlink.com/bremerton and logging on, whether at school or at home. All digital content should be accessed through ClassLink.
Welcome to Instructional Technology! Our goal is to support teaching and learning in the Bremerton School District through the use of digital, online, and software solutions. The menu to the left includes links to the district calendar for Google, Tech Tips of the Week, a list of approved software in BSD, and information on our switch to Google. If you have questions, please contact Kati Carthum, Bremerton School District's Digital Education Coordinator.New Digital Resource Requests
Interested in incorporating digital resources into your classroom? Find a great website for students? Uncover a perfect app for the Chromebook? Make sure it's approved before you start using it! First, check the approved software list (link is to the left). If it's not listed there, see if it's linked on Classlink. (All apps on the Classlink landing page have gone through the approval process.) If it's not in either location, fill out the Digital Resource Request Form. Technology will verify the program's compliance with FERPA and other federal and state law, and its compatibility with district technology resources. In some cases, curriculum will take a look at the resource as well. Thanks for your diligence in ensuring the privacy and safety of student information!
Online Options!After School: Bremerton High School students can take online classes on campus after school through the Online Options program. Sign up through your high school counselor.Alternative Learning: Students in grades 9-12 can take some or all of their classes online, from home, through our alternative online program. Please check with your counselor for more information and to sign up.
Last Modified on December 11, 2018