Central Howell Students Thrive with Technology

Central Howell fifth grader Treavor Clack (right) and David Tribbett in front of their new classroom high definition screen.

Central Howell fifth grader Treavor Clack (right) and David Tribbett in front of their new classroom high definition screen.

Students at Central Howell School know how to use technology. From kindergarten through 8th grade, each of the school’s seven classrooms is equipped with a 65 inch, high-resolution screen that is used for interactive learning.

“These new screens are replacing the older projectors that were used for displaying video, images or computer data on a screen,” said Dustin Hoehne, principal for Central Howell and Pratum schools.

According to Hoehne, technology is an important p

art of teaching and learning at Central Howell.

“We choose to allocate a portion of our budget to make sure that all students have access to ipads and Chromebooks and now the larger classroom screens. We also receive financial support from our parent club to stay current with our technology,” said Hoehne.

“We can see more and hear better,” said Treavor Clack, grade 5.