1:1 Program

Why are we changing from textbooks to reading and learning on a computer?

  • It is a better use of our community’s tax dollars to build digital courses we own, rather than purchase expensive materials from a limited number of publishers.

  • The selection of traditional materials which fit our community is limited. Digital materials are cost effective, and easily updated to meet the needs of our students in Puyallup.

  • 21st Century skills in technology are critical for graduates moving into the job market, training, and college.


Student Computer Timeline

 

Year

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

2019-20

Class of 2028

Class of 2027

Class of 2026

Class of 2025

Class of 2024

Class of 2023

Class of 2022

Class of 2021

Class of 2020

2018-19

Class of 2024

Class of 2023

Class of 2022

2017-18

Class of 2023











The class of 2023 is the 7th grade class in the fall of 2017.

The class of 2028 will be the first to have a computer from 4th grade through 12th grade.

Squares in black are grade levels accelerated from initial plan.


Internet Safety

Student safety is our first concern.  All Puyallup School District computers automatically connect to our internet filters both on and off campus, no matter where they are in the world. 

Internet filters are very helpful in blocking dangerous websites, preventing malware downloads and blocking sites that have been identified as inappropriate for student use by the Puyallup School District. 

The Puyallup School District will never share student information with outside vendors unless they have signed a confidentiality agreement.


Need to Know

The safety of our children is our first priority. 

Educational Technology and Engagement Center (EdTec)

  • 253-841-8789

Mark Vetter, Executive Director of Instructional Technology

  •  EdTec@puyallup.k12.wa.us