LEAD Moline stands for Limitless Engagement, Amazing Discoveries and is built around three objectives:
1. Personalized Learning
2. 21st Century Skills
3. Greater Access
Through LEAD Moline, teachers can break technology barriers to their instruction with the ease of mind that all students have access to a reliable device.
The device provided to the families has been a Chromebook, which is a laptop that is tied to students' Google Account. By using Google, teachers and students can use a wide variety of tools to create, connect, and collaborate.
The student devices are refreshed every 4 years. Students entering 5th and 9th grades will receive a device during an orientation period, through which students (and their guardians) are made aware of the LEAD Moline policies and procedures, and expectations.
At the end of 8th and 12th grades, students that have been issued a device have the option to transfer ownership of that device to the family. This article will explain the process of the transfer.