Technology

Vision

The technology vision for Kenston Local School District is to provide and utilize technology to impact student achievement and prepare students to use the tools of the modern world.  We accomplish this by creating an educational environment that effectively integrates technology into all areas of both curriculum and administrative functioning.  The vision provides for technology to be at the point of instruction and to be an integral component of the learning environment.

Technology is not a stand-alone initiative, but a tool to support content and learning through new resources and teaching strategies.  Through the use of technology, students are able to develop higher-order thinking and critical reasoning skills of academic content.

Technology in Our Buildings

All technology forms and acceptable use agreements are sent home as part of our yearly online census verification form.  These technology forms and FAQ sheets can also be found on our district forms page.

Kenston High School

  • 1 to 1 Chromebooks for all students 9th through 12th grade
  • These devices travel between school and home with the students

Kenston Middle School

  • 1 to 1 Chromebooks for all students 6th through 8th grade
  • These devices travel between school and home with the students

Kenston Intermediate School

  • Chromebook carts are wheeled into classrooms for student use
  • 1 Chromebook cart for every two classrooms to share
  • These devices remain at school for student use
  • Students receive a ‘Technology Integration Class’ once per week

Timmons Elementary School

  • Chromebooks are wheeled into classrooms for student use
  • Grades 2-3 generally use Chromebooks
  • Grades K – 1 have 6-8 iPads in each classroom
  • Students receive a ‘Technology Integration Class’ once per week

 

Need Help?

If you are experience any issues with your devices or simply need help getting something to work, click below to login and files a help ticket!

Technology Work Request

New to the District?

Acceptable Use Agreement

The Acceptable Use Agreement must be signed and filed with the Technology Department by all users. The Agreement can be filled out electronically below.

Setup Work Request Account

In order to submit a technology related work order (when something’s not working right), you’ll need to setup your account with the ticket system. Click on the below link, and follow the prompts.

Contact Information

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Office Location

Kenston Technology Office
17425 Snyder Road
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023
440-543-3162