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1 5. Infrastructure, Hardware, Software, & Technical Support 5 A & B: Current District Hardware Existing hardware and electronic resources at each of our sites is included in Component 3a: Current Technology Access in our tech plan. This data comes from both our CBEDS data and our annual California School Technology Surveys. Pacheco School (4 th grade 8 th grade) has 18 instructional classrooms, 1 music classroom, 1 art room, a lab of 37 units (newly replaced) and library. Our CBEDS enrollment is 446. Essentially, 18 classes with an average class size of 25 to 30 students (with the exception of 2 RSP/special day classrooms). Over the last years it has been our goal to have a minimum of 4 units in every instructional classroom (1 computer for every 7 students) plus a laptop for every teacher. We never anticipated having enough funds for new student units and so thru donations, in-house office computer turn-over, refurbished equipment and grants (such as the Microsoft dollars) we have been able to meet our goal. It has been our foremost goal to get new technology into the hands of the teacher and to meet the needs of our students. It has been a struggle. Immediate access to reliable equipment along with properly trained and motivated professional instructor is essential in creating today s classrooms. Too few computers in a classroom setting are inefficient. Too many, for a building built 50 years ago, is too crowded and cumbersome so we seek a balance. The extra units in the lab and library help alleviate classroom congestion and augment the classrooms access to computers. We miss the PLA- Library Act of 98 that guaranteed new funding for equipment in the library and in many cases funded the IT infrastructure of the early days. Prairie School (K-3 rd ) has 16 instructional classrooms, a lab of 25 units (CAL-Trans refurbished), 1 Pre-school, 1 daycare, and 1 library. Our CBEDS enrollment is 257. The average class size is between18 to 20 students (with the exception of 1 RSP/special day classroom). It has been our goal to have a minimum of 1 student computer and 1 teacher laptop per classroom. District Tech Plan 1

2 We are proud to say while we have met our obtainable goal and we strive for more. *CDS Pacheco Community Day School functions as a consortium among several districts. House on Cascade District s property and IT network, they maintain the equipment, Local LAN and infrastructure at this time no change is projected and so no further details on CDS are projected here. Total Inventory No Matter How Old (Academic) Win98 minimum Prairie School Pacheco School CDS District Total Complete Inventory Total 3:1 student to computer ratio as of Spring 2007 Total Inventory 4yrs old or newer (Academic) Prairie School Pacheco School CDS District Total Yrs or Newer total= 7:1 student to computer ratio as of Spring 2007 District Equipment Replacement Chart School Name Ratio 7:1 per classroom Enrollment (Unofficial CBEDs) # of current Instructional Multimedia computers 4 years or newer in CA. Tech Survey # of computers 4 years old or more by June # of new computers needed to reach/ maintain goal of 10:1 in five years per classroom objective. Prairie Elementary Pacheco Elementary Community Day School 10 School Name Ratio 5:1 per classroom Enrollment (Unofficial CBEDs) # of current Instructional Multimedia computers 4 years or newer in CA. Tech Survey # of computers 4 years old or more by June # of new computers needed to reach/ maintain goal of 5:1 in five years per classroom objective. Prairie Elementary Pacheco Elementary Community Day School 10 Totals District Tech Plan 2

3 5 A & B: District Hardware Needs During the Next Five Years Improving student to up-to-date computer ratios is a moving target. As the district purchases new computers for its school sites, others are retired, making it difficult to obtain a student to computer homeostasis. To complicate the issue further, our student population fluctuates annually. We will replace old computers and add to the numbers at each site to improve our student to computer ratios through new purchases that meet the CDE minimum recommended standards for new desktops, laptops. We will also improve our student to computer ratios through donated, refurnished or off-leased computers. 26 units over the next five years to maintain the 7:1 student to computer per classroom goal. 38 units over the next five years to meet the 5:1 student to computer per classroom goal. *Without more designated funds from the state, our district could not maintain this goal as brand-new equipment. But we do see this as an obtainable goal as off-leased, refurbished equipment, or donations. New equipment is usually funded by new state or federal grants and other one-time-monies. We are never shy about building a tech component into any grant that comes our way. 5 A & B: Current Electronic Learning, Assessment, & Student Information Resources (See Appendix A: Software Resources) 5 A & B: District Electronic Resource Needs During the Next Five Years Continued renewal of web-based student assessment & reporting system. Continued renewal of Aeries-CS/ABI. Additional district standardized and CLRN approved curriculum and intervention software and online services for English/Language Arts and Math for all grade levels. Additional K-8 SBE adopted textbook publisher companion technology resources, particularly for English/Language Arts and Math. Ongoing subscriptions to online research resources and video content. CLRN approved assistive software as identified by Special Education teachers by the district. LEP/FEP approved assistive software as identified by the State, County, and district. Upgrades to existing software versions as needed. 5 A & B: Current District Infrastructure, Site Networks, and Connectivity Total Number of schools in district = _3 District Tech Plan 3

4 Total Number of district schools connected to the Internet by: Full T-1: 3 Total number of schools in the district that are NOT connected to the District s LAN: 1_ CDS is Connected to Cascade Districts LAN Funding Shared Average # of drops per classroom: 6 What percentage of schools is served by the following Internet service provider? County Office of Education _100% What percentage of classrooms in the district does not have direct phone service? 0%_ What percentage of classrooms in the district does not have direct voic service? 0%_ 5 A & B: District Infrastructure Needs During the Next Five Years Replacement of two 10 years+ routers Increase # of drops per classroom (LCD drops and power placement in ceilings) 2 layer 3 switches, 3- gig switches Additional servers: Exchange, Web, File, Video content, etc. Replacement of server components: ram, nic, etc. Fiber runs to additional new wings/buildings 5 A & B: Current District Tech Support District Support includes: One Information Technology (.95FTE) / Director of Libraries (.05 FTE) One part-time lab tech at Pacheco Lab (.44 FTE). Contracted are Connectivity/IFAS/Networking/Web-hosting/Exchange services from Shasta County Office of Education IT Department and 2 nd and 3 rd level support from Shasta Union High School District s IT Department. The full-time district employee s duties are to maintain and support: Administrative Computers and special departments, Software, Infrastructure, & LAN Elementary School Computers, Software, Infrastructure, & LAN Student Administrative Software specialists (Aeries-CS) We also have our Attendance Clerks and Lead Teachers who answer questions about the Aeries software and other various software questions. District Tech Plan 4

5 Type Of District Support Provided Individuals Responsible Ongoing equipment maintenance, repair, and replacement IT Dept.95FTE (District maintains one person for all support) Technical Support provided during school Same IT Dept.95FTE hours Technical support after school hours Same IT Dept..95 FTE Technology Integration Support Same IT Dept., Admin, CTAP Region FTE Type Of Site Support Provided Ongoing equipment maintenance and repair. Technical Support provided during school hours Technology Integration Support Individuals Responsible (1 lab tech Pacheco site depending on qualifications).44 FTE (same lab tech depending on qualifications).44 FTE (same lab tech)., Principals, Lead Teachers, CTAP Region FTE 5 A & B: District Tech Support Needs Over the Next Five Years The district will also hire additional support as needed and as funding is available. The district will identify and train site-based Principals, Secretaries, IT staff, Lead Teachers, and other lead resources who can assist with specific technology integration to support teachers. 5. C & D: Goals, Objectives, Benchmarks, Timelines, and Monitoring Goal 1 - District Goals for Hardware and Software All students will have access to up-to-date computers and appropriate software to support achievement of the academic standards in the classroom, district curricular goals, and ultimately for lifelong learning and success. (Aligns to curriculum goals #1, 2, & 4 in tech plan section 3) Specific Measurable Objective by June 30, 2012 Objective 1a: By June 30, 2012 we will maintain our current district average student to computer* ratio will be 7 to 1 or better. Objective 1b: By June 30, 2012 we will met a new goal (based on economic trends and enrollment increase) district average student to computer* ratio will be 5 to 1 or better. District Tech Plan 5

6 Annual Benchmarks for Objective 1A & 1B Year 1: acquire 20% of the needed equipment Year 2: acquire 40% of the needed equipment Year 3: acquire 60% of the needed equipment Year 4: acquire 80% of the needed equipment Year 5: acquire 100% of the needed equipment Instrument: Annual California Online Tech Survey: Data: average student to computer ratio by school. Monitoring and Evaluation Process: The school site administrators, district IT director, and site technology committees will track the development and implementation of all appropriate access activities, inventories and accomplishments and report progress at our district/ site admin meetings. Modifications to our district activities will be made as needed in order to insure that we meet or exceed this measurable objective. IT director, school site administrators, and school site committees will analyze end of school year results by June. Objective 2: By June 30, 2012 our district will acquire additional software to support individualized academic planning: remediation, advanced placement, and moving basicproficiency levels to proficiency levels depending on students needs. We will maintain and support software to assist in data-desegregation and tools to identify and support student s academic needs and teacher s curriculum needs. Instrument: State CAT-6 Test Data: Increased or met benchmarks set by the state and State Test scores. Monitoring and Evaluation Process: The school site administrators, district IT director, and site technology committees and curriculum committees will track the development and implementation of all appropriate access activities, inventories and accomplishments and report progress at our district/ site admin meetings. Modifications to our district activities will be made as needed in order to insure that we meet or exceed this measurable objective. IT director, school site administrators, and school site committees will analyze end of school year results by June. District Tech Plan 6

7 5. C & D: Goals, Objectives, Benchmarks, Timelines, and Monitoring Goal 2 - District Goal for Infrastructure Replacement of two 10 years+ routers Increase # of drops per classroom (LCD drops and power placement in ceilings) 2 layer 3 switches, 3- gig switches Additional servers: Exchange, Web, File, Video content, etc. Replacement of server components: RAM, NIC, etc. Fiber runs to additional new wings/buildings (Aligns to curriculum goal #3 in Tech Plan section 3) Specific Measurable Objective by June 30, 2012 Objective 1: By June 30, 2012, Purchase through grants and district funding equipment necessary to maintain and expand a growing network. Annual Benchmarks for Objective 1 Year 1: minimum of 20% in Year 2: minimum of 40% in Year 3: minimum of 60% in Year 4: minimum of 80% in Year 5: minimum of 100% in Monitoring and Evaluation Instrument(s) & Data Instrument: Annual Technology Committee review Data: Needs assessment survey Monitoring and Evaluation Process: The school site administrators, district IT director, and site technology committees will track the development and implementation of all appropriate access activities, inventories and accomplishments and report progress at our district/ site admin meetings. Modifications to our district activities will be made as needed in order to insure that we meet or exceed this measurable objective. IT director, school site administrators, and school site committees will analyze end of school year results by June. 5. C & D: Goals, Objectives, Benchmarks, Timelines, and Monitoring Goal 3 - District Goal for Technical Support All school sites in district will have access to district technical support so teachers and students have access to technology needed to support standards in the classroom, district curricular goals. (Aligns to curriculum goal #3 in Tech Plan section 3) District Tech Plan 7

8 Specific Measurable Objective by June 30, 2012 Objective 1: The district will identify and train site-based Principals, Secretaries, IT staff, Lead Teachers, and other lead resources who can assist with data-desegregation to support teachers. Annual Benchmarks for Objective 1 Year 1: minimum of 33% in Year 2: minimum of 66% in Year 3: minimum of 100% in Objective 2: By June 2012, the district will provide sufficient technical support to maintain site labs and classroom equipment by increasing hours or hiring additional Lab Techs. Annual Benchmarks for Objective 2 Year 1: minimum of 20% in Year 2: minimum of 40% in Year 3: minimum of 60% in Year 4: minimum of 80% in Year 5: minimum of 100% in Monitoring and Evaluation Instrument(s) & Data Instrument: District Admin meetings, Annual Technology Committee review:, and Annual Curriculum Committee review Data: Needs assessment survey Monitoring and Evaluation Process: The school site administrators, district IT director, and site technology committees will track the development and implementation of all appropriate access activities, inventories and accomplishments and report progress at our district/ site admin meetings. Modifications to our district activities will be made as needed in order to insure that we meet or exceed this measurable objective. IT director, school site administrators, and school site committees will analyze end of school year results by June. District Tech Plan 8

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