Cathedral-Carmel has a technology-enhanced curriculum. All students have access to computers with internet access and educational appropriate software. Students from Pre-K through eighth grade have hands-on use of technology equipment. Technology model classrooms are present in the majority of classrooms (1 computer for every 5 students, a student/teacher presentation station with a large screen projector, and a network printer). Additionally, all kindergarten – 8th grade core classrooms and many additional classrooms have an interactive computer presentation station which includes a Promethean Board for student/teacher use. Digital cameras and scanners are also used for student projects. CCS has two technology labs and a library resource center. Equipment throughout the school has been funded by school funds, private donations, and state and federal grants.
The intent of our technology is to serve as a tool for life-long learning and as a means to facilitate communications in support of research and education. All persons using computers, technology, or other electronic information resources must do so in a responsible manner. The school retains the right to monitor all computer usage and files. Any person misusing technology, electronic information resources, or the network will be held financially responsible for any expenses incurred by Cathedral-Carmel School. Cathedral-Carmel School may also end any individual’s privilege to use the internet without notice, cause, or reason.
RenWeb: RenWeb is an online comprehensive school administrative and student information system. Cathedral-Carmel uses ParentWeb, a component of RenWeb, to improve the flow of information among administrators, parents, students, and teachers. Through this program, parents have the ability to access information such as: school handbooks, school calendar, student grades, attendance, homework, mid-progress report and quarter report cards, and billing information from the accounting department.