Removing barriers to modern technology for our students
What began as a pilot program for middle school students in 2017, the 1:Wolf concept launched into an ambitious plan to provide all K-12 West Clermont students with Chromebooks. Removing this barrier for students has paved the way to increasing academic achievement and expanding educational opportunity for EVERY student.
Students in grades K-12 are provided with district-owned Chromebooks and the ability to bring them home each and every day. Across grades K-12, teachers and students utilize Schoology, a learning management system designed to streamline student access to course assignments and communication. Across their K-12 school experience, students are provided opportunities to utilize technology to enhance their learning and create content, problem-solve, communicate and collaborate with others.
Current students and families can find more information about the 1:Wolf Program on the WolfPack Hub.
- Learning at the Elementary School Level
- Learning at the Middle School Level
- Learning at the High School Level
- WC Your Future
- Diverse Learners
- Resources and Supports for Learning
- Athletic and Academic Hall of Fame (opens in new window)
- 2022-23 Academic Year Calendar (opens in new window)
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