Technology is an essential tool to enhance teaching and learning, and to give students a competitive edge in the global market.
Desktop, laptop and tablet computers available for student use in every classroom, every day.
On site credential lab available at Goshen High School through the Connect Clermont Grant.
One to one computer ratio in every classroom grades 3 through 12.
Partnership with UC IT program allows GHS students to graduate with industry credentials in networking, computer fundamentals, programming and more.
GMS Gateway to Technology program helps younger students gain an understanding of STEM careers through courses such as Automation and Robotics, Introduction to Engineering and Flight & Space.
GHS Project Lead the Way program expands upon the GMS Gateway program to offer computer science and engineering education to Goshen High School students.
Computer-based assessments combined with Formative Instructional Practices allow teachers to adapt instruction to individual student needs.
Interactive televisions added to every classroom at Marr/Cook Elementary.
District, building and classroom level social media accounts take communication beyond the classroom, keeping students and the community connected.