Plan of Action


Technology continues to play an important role in modern society. Integrating technology into the curriculum at Century High School will help prepare students to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

Presently Century High School has no network wiring in the classrooms. The administrative offices and library have network wiring with access to the Internet. There is at least one computer in each classroom and half of these computers have printers. There are three existing computer labs. One twenty-position lab is networked within the classroom using peer-to-peer with two shared printers. One twenty-position lab is not networked but has one switched printer for each two computers in the business department. The art department has ten Macs that are currently networked with Appletalk and one color printer.

Cenutry High School's goal is to effectively use technology as a part of the overall school-improvement plan. The plan calls for an increase to four computers per classroom with at least one printer over the next three years and installation of Internet access to the entire campus. Century High plans to move to a student management system software that should be available to all faculty members in their classrooms. One new computer lab will be added with twenty computers.

Century High School's goal is to effectively use technology as part of the overall school-improvement plan. The plan calls for an increase to four computers per classroom with at least one printer over the next three years and installation of Internet access to the entire campus. Century High plans to move to a student management system software that should be available to all faculty members in the classrooms. One new computer lab will be added with twenty computers.

A one-time grant of $44,000.00 has been awarded to Century High School for the new lab. All money must be spent on equipment. There is a renewable funding source that starts off with $64,000.00 the first year and provides $62,000.00 for the next two years.