Projects

ALAH High School 1:1 Initiative

cusd305educationassociation3Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School instituted a one-on-one initiative to advance technology use by our students. A one-on-one school environment provides each student with an electronic device throughout the school day in all curriculum areas and can also take it home to use for studies or other educational activities.

Our goal was to start a pilot program for one grade level during the 2014-2015 school year, then include all high school grades by 2017-18.

The Foundation is requesting support from our alumni, community members, and business owners. The price per device is $300 or approximately $25,000 per class. The district will continue to pursue revenue from federal and state sources; however, those sources are limited. your participation in funding this initiative is greatly appreciated!

 

CUSD #305 Education Foundation $10,000 Donors

 

Rod Randall and Danny Powell unwrapping and attaching plates to the new CUSD #305 Education Foundation plaque for $10,000 donors. The two plates honor Ed Heerdt and Heritage Family Farms. Thank you for your gracious donation.