Technology

As our district rolls out our 1:1 Technology Initiative, the IT Department plays a few major roles:

  • Provide technology-based professional development for teachers, staff, and administration
  • Assist classroom teachers with designing and implementing effective formative activities that utilize multiple forms of technologies, or educational tools and resources all while increasing student engagement
  • Identify and model best practices associated with the district's technology integration plan and meet regularly with staff and administration to use technology to support differentiated learning
  • Lead a District Technology Team focused on gathering and interpreting data regarding the efficacy of the district's technology implementation plan

Technology Handbook & User Agreement

District Personal Computing Device User Agreement

Hotspot Application

East Peoria Community Unit School District 309 HotSpot Application

Paper forms of the document can be found in the media center or in student services.

Chromebook Checkout

Please enter through the Main Entrance.

Students must be present for Chromebook checkout.

Students must have the following items in order to start the Chromebook checkout process:

Chromebook Check-In


Free Wifi Locations in East Peoria

Community Technology Help Desk

Frequently Asked Question

EPCHS One-to-One Chromebook Computer Information.pdf

Chromebook Add-On/Extension/Website Request

Technology In Action

I use webquests all the time to teach content in my classroom. Instead of lecturing the students I use technology to help them discover the answers for themselves.

- Kevin Collins, Social Studies


I use my projector and chrome cast for sight reading examples each day in my choir classes so that they may improve upon reading music. I didn't have a projector until this year and it has totally changed my freedom in what I can have my students sing! No more having to buy books for sight reading!

- Hannah Church, Choir/Chorale


Everyone in the class has a graphing calculator at all times (Desmos.com). No more sharing one set of graphing calculators between multiple teachers or asking students to buy $90 calculators. Students also get instant feedback on homework and tests with forms and spreadsheets.

- Laura Moore, Math


We took a virtual tour of Pompeii in World History... many of our students will never get the experience to travel and the technology we have allows them to "be there"!

- Jenny Lamb, Social Studies


I know that storyboards can be created the "old fashioned" way, but Tracy Otten and I had success with the website www.storyboardthat.com when we used it with our seniors after studying Macbeth. The free version allowed quite a few options, and for the most part, the students seemed to enjoy it!

- Teresa Eberle, English


My comp kids make podcasts that highlight a problem-solution topic regarding the school or community. It's still something that they couldn't create without technology.

- Casey Pfeifer, English


I have students look up songs and play a song for class (usually using YouTube) and then they have to create a presentation explaining the lyrics for a literal meaning as well as a deeper (2nd or even 3rd) level of meaning. i.e. analyzing text, in this case song lyrics, for deeper meaning.

- Justin Yang, English


Verb conjugation practice online: there is no way I could check that many students' work in the same amount of time as online drills allow. Nearpod with activities: it allows feedback on lessons at whichever intervals I set.

- Jenny Norman, Foreign Language


We do stock simulation using Investopedia.com. Students manage a stock portfolio that adjusts based on real world data. I also help students get Microsoft Office certifications.

- Todd Herrmann, Business