1:1 Initiative Resources


The Centennial School District recognizes the importance of providing students with the tools, resources, and support to navigate a technology-rich, #FutureReady learning environment. Our 1:1 Initiative will equip all of our students with the skills necessary to maximize their abilities, find success and thrive beyond Centennial, whether they continue with their education (College Ready) or enter the workforce (Career Ready). The district's goal is to provide access to technology in all K-12 classrooms with no fee for students or parents.

In a 1:1 learning environment, each student has a personal and portable device available to use in every class and at home as well. This practice is widely known as "anytime, anywhere" learning with an emphasis on 21st-century learning. When every student has a device, teaching and learning become much more dynamic and engaging, which leads to deeper understanding and more connections to real-world applications. Students can collaborate online with their peers in the classroom, across classrooms, with other schools, and countries to gain and contribute multiple perspectives. They can use their devices to research, gather, and evaluate information; write summaries, analyses, and opinions; and communicate effectively to convey meaning and rationale.

While in class, students may use their devices to take notes, do research, write assignments, complete online quizzes, create multimedia presentations, and/or collaboratively work through shared documents. In their classes, students will become proficient using a variety of digital platforms such as Microsoft Office and Google Apps-tools that are used in higher education and careers.

Agreements & Policies (2022-23)

Device Care, Responsibilities & Procedures (2022-23)

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CSD Community Technology Support Desk Information and Overview

If you are having any technical issues with your device, or if you need to report a lost, stolen, or damaged device, please see the information below for the options for contacting our Support Desk. After consultation, either via phone or email with your building's Educational Technology staff member, any one or more of the following may occur:

  • The Educational Technology staff member may ask to remote into your device to troubleshoot and repair;
  • The Educational Technology staff member may ask you to schedule an appointment and bring the device to the school for repair;
  • If a timely repair is not possible, the Educational Technology staff member may issue you a loaner device until the repair is complete;
  • If the damage was a result of vandalism, please complete the help desk protocols listed below and contact your building administration. The district will work with you to assess damage, responsibility and potential fees.

CSD Community Technology Support Desk Hours

  • Elementary School Hours - 8:30am-3:30pm
  • Middle School Hours - 7:30am-4:00pm
  • High School Hours - 7:00am-3:30pm

CSD Community Technology Support Desk Options for Support

To submit a repair ticket online please visit the CSD Community Technology Help Desk Portal.

Call the CSD Community Technology Building Support Desk

Please call - (215) 441-6000 and enter the extensions by your building listed below:

  • Davis ES Help Desk: ext 15020
  • McDonald ES Help Desk: ext 16020
  • Willow Dale ES Help Desk: ext 17020
  • Klinger MS Help Desk: ext 13020
  • Log College MS Help Desk: ext 14020
  • William Tennent HS Help Desk: ext 12022

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