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    Information Technology at Franklinville Central
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    Franklinville Central School has the latest in classroom and educational technology, and seeks to continually improve its technological infrastructure and end-user computing experience.

    The IT Department at Franklinville CSD supports over 1,500 devices, including desktops, notebooks, iPads, projectors, printers, and interactive displays. Additionally, each student and staff has a district-owned device to use for classroom and other educational purposes; Pre-K through 3rd grade use iPads and 4th grade through 12th grade use 2-in-1 tablets.

    All of Franklinville CSD’s classrooms are equipped with either digital projectors and interactive whiteboards or interactive digital displays. Distance learning is made possible by a mobile Zoom cart and each school has a large instruction room with large Zoom carts, enabling setup for multi-way interactive learning.

    The school district utilizes a CIPA-compliant filtered access to the world wide web provided by LightSpeed Systems. Our school uses Microsoft Office 365 Teams for collaboration, instruction, and assignments.  A number of courses have been designed and implemented by the district’s teachers using Moodle to provide online instruction. The Moodle courses are hosted through the Moodle server at Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES.