Technology Vision Statement
Through the cooperative efforts of the Pana Community and the Pana CUSD #8, all students and staff will be provided an opportunity to reach their potential as a positive and contributing member of an ever changing technological society.
Highly qualified staff will facilitate student use of technology for all stake holders in research-based learning processes that include: project-based assignments, problem solving activities, and self-directed learning designed to meet individual learning styles.
Technology is a tool used by staff, students, parents and community members to enhance and motivate the learning process for all parties; therefore, access and the competence for all to use technology are essential.
Mr. Scott Savage Mrs. Jessica Miller
Students in grades 6-10 have the opportunity to participate in a 1:1 Chromebook Program. Students that participate can take a Chromebook to and from school each day. Students will be issued a carrying case, charger, and device with a yearly technology fee. More details and information can be found in the Chromebook Usage Agreement.