This rollout of iPads is part of the larger Cullman City Schools Flexible Learning Initiative.

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

image by Elton Bouldin

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

It is a pretty amazing day for all 913 students of Cullman High School.

Each student is being issued an iPad Mini tablet today!

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

Dr. Elton Bouldin, Principal

This rollout of iPads is part of the larger Cullman City Schools Flexible Learning Initiative.

For over the last seven years, Cullman City Schools (CCS) has focused on ways in which technology can leverage class room resources and differentiate learning for all students. During that time, CCS has seen significant improvements in test scores and attendance, as well as decreases in classroom office referrals.

 

Cullman City High School Principal, Dr. Elton Bouldin, announced this awesome iPad news earlier today on Twitter:

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

Cullman City Schools recognizes that technology is an ever-changing medium and in order to meet the needs of their digital learners, CCS has to flexible and fluid.

This issuance of iPads has been in the works for some sometime. The first phase involved a ‘pilot group’ during the 2013-2014 school year. Based upon input from parents, students and CCS employees, a decision was made to continue on with the program.

That continuation of the program has culminated in today’s fleet roll out of Apple iPad Minis.

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

There are guidelines, rules and suggestions on how the students should use, care for and maintain their own devices as well as a Student/Guardian Tablet Agreement.

You can download that information here.

This video will be extremely helpful and educational to watch as well:

Dr. Bouldin is correct … “It Is Great to Be A Bearcat!”

 

All 913 Cullman High School Students Get iPads

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