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Technology Support

Technology Support

Our goal is to personalize learning in the best ways possible for our students and we do this in a 1:1 (one to one) environment where every student has their own school-issued device.  Our students use Chromebooks and Google, as well as many other accounts and apps related to their areas of study.

We recognize that the need for consistent access is a priority. Technology is vital for students to be literate in 21st Century standards. In addition to the traditional view of literacy, our students must be information, media and visually literate. Constant access allows for these important contemporary literacies to flourish in classrooms.

As you and your student use technology to communicate and learn together, below are resources to help you navigate some of the technology we use in Lenoir City Schools.  

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Our school uses Securly to keep students safe on their school-issued devices. As part of the solution, we have given you access to the free SecurlyHome app. 

Skyward Family Access Banner

Wondering how to use Skyward Family Access? We invite our families to explore these resources to better understand how they can monitor student progress and be involved in their child's learning environment at LCIMS.

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School safety in the palm of your hand. SafeTN is a secure, open door communications platform where you can send in tips and access useful resources to help keep your school and community safe.

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Parent Square is a free, safe messaging app that keeps families up to date with what’s happening in our school and classrooms.

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Canvas is our Learning Management System (LMS), which is a way to simplify teaching and learning by connecting the digital tools teachers, students and parents use into one place.

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Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century.