Join us to see innovative strategies in action, as school districts highlight effective technology solutions. You’ll have a chance to tour schools, ask questions, and see first-hand the energy and enthusiasm these new practices bring to the classroom. Return with new ideas and fresh perspectives on how technology can help transform your district.
Thanks to Mentor Public Schools and Kent School District for this year's site visits. Check back for information on next year's visits.
CANCELED: This year's site visit to Prince William County Public Schools has been canceled. Read more
April 22 – 24, 2015
Prince William County Public Schools, Manassas, VA
Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) is the second largest school division in the state of Virginia with 86,000 students and 94 schools. PWCS goal is to integrate technology into all curricular areas, including art, music, business, health, physical education, special education, family and consumer science, media, as well as all the core areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies.
April 26 – 28, 2015
Mentor Public Schools, Mentor, OH
Mentor Public Schools provides excellent educational opportunities to more than 7,800 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade from Mentor and its surrounding communities Concord, Kirtland and Mentor-on-the-Lake. The district operates nine elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school and one state-of-the-art specialized school for students with autism. Mentor Schools is regularly recognized by the State of Ohio for exceptional financial practices through the Auditor’s Office and high academic achievement by students through the Ohio Department of Education.
April 29 – May 1, 2015
Kent School District, Kent, WA
About 20 miles south of Seattle, the Kent School District stretches across a green valley, home to one of the nation’s biggest manufacturing centers and a bedroom community to high-tech giants Microsoft, Amazon, and F5 Networks. Kent School District is Washington State’s fourth largest school district and home to one of the state’s most diverse populations. Diversity fuels the District’s ambition to explore the power of new technology and deliver dynamic learning tools to its 41 schools and over 27,000 students.