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St. Barnabas students are offered the latest technology in order to help them become 21st Century Learners.  With assorted hardware in classrooms starting in Pre-school , teachers are able to incorporate apps and educational programs into their daily curriculum, which enables them to teach each student in a way customized to work best for his/her own unique skills and educational needs.

St. Barnabas is a certified Digital Citizenship school, and has implemented the curriculum into Computer class for Pre-school through 8th-grade students.  Digital Citizenship teaches our students responsible use of computers and technology as well as social media.  The curriculum is designed to empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in the digital world.  Our objective is to provide students with the knowledge to be a good digital citizen and build on that knowledge throughout their years at St. Barnabas.
Technology currently offered at St. Barnabas:
  • St. Barnabas launched the first 1:1 iPad program in the area for the 2016-2017 school year.  Students in Grades 6-8 all have their own iPad which, through the use of educational apps, complement the curriculum.

  • All students (Pre-School-8th Grade) visit the Media Center weekly.  Under the instruction of a full-time Computer Teacher, students use 30 networked computers.

  • Classrooms equipped with networked desktop computers, ceiling mounted projectors with surround sound, a Mimio Teach (which makes the classroom whiteboard interactive) and document cameras all enhance our curriculum.

  • Several carts, each offering 30 laptops or iPads, are available for classroom use upon teacher request.

  • Each teacher is provided his/her own laptop and iPad.