Digital Learning for Students
All students should learn 21st Century competencies, technology and digital citizenship skills, and digital literacy. Using modern technologies in school gives students the chance to learn about the modern world, and helps prepare them for modern careers and colleges.
To be ready for the modern world, students need to be competent in 21st century learning skills. Click HERE to learn about 21st Century Competencies in student friendly language by grade bands.
If you are having difficulty accessing Microsoft Teams at home, click HERE for technical help.
Learning to be responsible digital citizens helps students to be safe and responsible while online. Click HERE to access WCSD's Digital Citizenship resources.
WCSD students use digital learning tools to enhance their learning and to engage with the 21st Century world. We are implementing a rigorous vetting process to ensure student privacy and security while using digital learning tools in the classroom. Click HERE to learn more about Digital Learning Tools.
Students have access to a variety of digital curriculum resources for ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, and other content areas. Click HERE to access WCSD's Online Learning Materials.
Computer Science is more than just computer programming. It is computational thinking, logical reasoning, critical thinking, and problem-solving. These are tools students need to be successful in the 21st Century and the future yet to come. Click HERE to access WCSD's Computer Science resources.
Have a question about using technology at school? These FAQs address some common questions. Click HERE.
Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web-Accessibility
The District prohibits bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination and/or retaliation in any of its educational programs/activities, employment, and employment opportunities. For the District's full Notice of Non-Discrimination statement as well as methods to address questions and concerns please visit our Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web Accessibility page.For more information, visit the Civil Rights Compliance Department page.