Blessed Sacrament Catholic School strives for excellence in all areas of student life. Recognizing the dominant role of technology in modern society, the teachers and faculty of BSCS seek to incorporate its use in a variety of ways. With the generation of “digital natives” in mind, students are taught proper use of technology according to current Diocesan standards (Technology Foundations). The use of technology is integrated in all areas of study.
Students participate in structured computer instruction twice per week. In addition to this, classroom teachers may reserve the lab for instruction time.
Kindergarten through Sixth Grade classrooms contain interactive Promethean ActivBoards. All classrooms contain multiple computers for student use. All classrooms contain IPEVO document cameras for instructional or student use.
Sixth graders have the privilege of using e-readers or electronic tablets for reading time throughout the school day.