The district is now in year 2 of the Digital Learning Initiative (DLI). This year all 9th and 10th graders at the comprehensive schools, and all students at Lloyde and CVISS have a take-home Chromebook; we have deployed over 3,200 student Chromebooks! We are continuing our partnership with the Sprint 1Million Project to provide free high-speed Internet hot spots to students who don’t have Internet at home. Currently, we have 548 hotspots available through this program. The district has deployed GoGuardian software to better monitor, filter, and control student Internet access on the Chromebook, and also to allow teachers greater monitoring and control over student computers when in class. Our professional development program is growing to help teachers effectively utilize 1:1 Chromebooks to improve student engagement and to provide a greater variety of learning opportunities through a blended learning instructional approach. The voter-approved local parcel tax funded the initiative, so there was no impact on the general fund, and it will save the district money in the long-run by phasing out textbooks.