The district is committed to using technology as a catalyst for the improvement of educational quality. While adhering to high standards of academic achievement, Middletown is preparing students to become life-long learners capable of competing in a global society upon graduation.
Middletown has created a technology-rich learning environment that enables students to acquire 21st century skills thanks to a state-of-the-art technology infrastructure and its resources. In turn, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) literacy skills foster students’ collaboration, creativity, innovative problem-solving and risk-taking skills.
The district has also implemented an extensive professional development program to train and support teachers by integrating technology into the curriculum.
- 4,000 in-district computers
- 27 computer labs district-wide
- Mobile laptop carts district-wide
- Remote access to district resources
- School Messenger: a parent notification system
- Wi-Fi available for students and faculty
- 437 IP video surveillance cameras
- SMART document cameras
- SMART student response systems
- Cisco Digital Phone System
- Tandberg High Definition Video Conferencing
- Library/Media Center computer labs
- High school College & Career Center computer lab
- High school AOIT and PLTW computer labs
- Content specific computer labs at the high school: business, ELA, math, and science
- Three high school digital media computer labs
- Nine computer network drops, one interactive whiteboard, five student computers, one teacher computer, an amplification system, and wireless access to the Internet per class (grades K-8)
- 110 technology-rich professional development courses