by Patty Callaway, Technology Assistant
Over the last few years, technology at Waukesha Catholic has taken off, and we are continuing to strive toward reaching many new goals. The Technology Committee members and the Administrative Team have been working to make improvements at all three campuses. Some of these improvements are easily visible, while others will probably never be seen.
With money donated over the past few years from the Walk-a-thon, annual auctions, and private donations, Waukesha Catholic has purchased SMART Boards for each classroom and has piloted a tablet program at the Saint William Campus! These devices are easy to notice, and enable our students to have many great learning opportunities in which they interact with technology. This is because of the generosity of so many Waukesha Catholic supporters.
Many of the changes that will make Waukesha Catholic successful in the future go unnoticed, but the crucial infrastructure that has been carefully laid out is critical to all current and future technology projects. In some ways, it’s even more important than the devices that teachers and students use everyday.
We cannot do this alone so we’d like to take this opportunity to once again thank all of the many groups of parents and supporters of Waukesha Catholic who work so tirelessly next to the teachers and the staff to help us live out our mission statement. With your help, we are working to develop well-educated individuals who lead Christ-centered lives and who are inspired to build a better world.
Patty Callaway is the Technology Assistant for Waukesha Catholic, a K3 – 8th grade Catholic school in Waukesha. Patty personally works with students to help them learn how to integrate technology into their studies.