Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary School, located across the street from Lexington Catholic High School, is excited to announce its “One to One” iPad Program for next school year for all middle school students.
“We are currently piloting the program within our eighth grade algebra and geometry classes very successfully,” said Rebecca Brown, principal at Mary Queen.
In the final stages of development, the “One to One” program will pair every sixth, seventh and eighth grade student with a powerful tool in the iPad.
Middle School teachers are currently using iPads in the classroom to enhance instruction and evaluate the apps that will be available next year.
“The iPad has a reputation of being a consumption machine,” Brown said.
“However, we are finding that more and more iPad apps are very powerful production tools.”
Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary School is a 2011 U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
In addition to the high quality K-8 program, the school offers a full- and half- day Pre-K Program for 3- and 4-year-olds.
For more information or to schedule a tour, call 277-3030 or visit www.MaryQueenSchool.cdlex.org.