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1:1 Initiative

Ponca Public Community School District will provide portable computing devices for all students in grades K-12.   Currently the device is a Chromebook.  High School students will take their devices home.  Elementary and Middle . . . read more

The GOOGLE Chromebook in the Classroom

Kathy Schrocks Chromebook Guide to Everything 30 Ways to Use Chromebook in a Classroom Top 27 Google Apps for Education with students     read more

Ponca High School Is Going 1:1!

PONCA SCHOOL DISTRICT GOING1:1! What is 1:1?   1:1 initiatives in education means every student receives his/her own personal computing device. At Ponca Public School, every student in K-12 . . . read more

SmartBoards or 1:1 Initiative Sites

SMART Board Help and Resources  (Many of the links have hundreds of links within each link)   (As I add resources to each section I will add them to the top of their list) SMART Notebook . . . read more

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Students: Mr. Jody Phillips, Superintendent of Schools, PO Box 568, Ponca, NE 68770 (402) 755-5700 (jodyphillips@poncaschool.org).

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