Smart SchoolsBond Act - New York State Education Department

Smart SchoolsBond Act - New York State Education Department

Smart Schools Bond Act What is the SMART Schools Bond? SMART Schools Bond Act was approved in November, 2014 Could be used for: School Connectivity - Connect school buildings to high speed broadband Community Connectivity - Expand learning outside of the school day and building Learning Technology (or Devices) - Acquire learning technology equipment or devices Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms - Construct, enhance or modernize education facilities Replacing Transportable Classrooms - Expand or construct permanent instructional space to replace transportable classroom units High-Tech Security - Install high-tech security features in school buildings and on school campuses Gates Chili Allocation Steps to Procuring SMART Bond Funding SMART School Investment Plan submitted November 2015 Technology Plan Completed Summer 2015 Ed Tech Survey Submitted August 2015 Public comment and stakeholde

r feedback Purchase devices/Receive reimbursement Spring 2016-Spring 2020 Year 2015-2016 Purchases Rationale Approximate Cost Grade 5 Device carts for each classroom Self contained singular group to work with 14 carts @ 2000 = 28,000 300 @ 500 = 150,000 Device carts for Elementary Libraries Can be teaching skills needed 4 carts @ 2000 = 8,000 (30 *4) @ 500 = 60,000 Laptops for all teachers Need to be mobile 401 * 800 = 320,800 Device carts for MS/HS teachers that attend PD sessions (18) More Devices in MS/HS 18 carts @ 2000 = 36,000 (30*18) @ 500 = 270,000

Non-Public Students 739 * $250 184,750 2015-2016 Total: $1,057,550 2016-2017 Grade 4 and Grade 6 Device carts for each classroom Gr 6 still somewhat self contained Gr 6 students will have had them in Gr 5 26 carts @ 2000 = 52,000 600 @ 500 = 300,000 Device carts for MS/HS teachers that attend PD sessions (18) More Devices in MS/HS 18 carts @ 2000 = 36,000 (30*18) @ 500 = 270,000 2016-2017 Total: $658,000 2017-2018 Grade 3 and Grade 7/8 Device carts for classrooms 20 MS teachers will already have carts from above ~10 MS 10 carts @ 2000 = 20,000 Gr 3 13 carts @ 2,000 = 20,000 600 @ 500 = 300,000 Device carts for HS teachers that attend PD sessions (8) Third year should have a good sense of how devices are being used

8 carts @ 2000 = 16,000 (30*8) @ 500 = 120,000 2017-2018 Total: $476,000 2018-2019 Grade 1 and Grade 2 - Device carts Might not need 1:1 needs to be evaluated 26 carts @ 2000 = 52,000 600 @ 500 = 300,000 Device carts for HS teachers that attend PD sessions (8) Fourth year evaluate need 8 carts @ 2000 = 16,000 (30*8) @ 500 = 120,000 2018-2019 Total: $488,000 2019-2020 Students entering Grade 9 receive device to keep for 4 years These students have had access since Grade 5 [email protected] 500 = 150,000 Kindergarten Device carts for classrooms 1:1 or stations? 13 carts @ 2000 = 26,000 250 @ 500 = 125,000 NOTE: Since we have SMART Bond money for these 5 years, we should bank ~ $100,000 per year from technology budget for special purchases. 2019-2020 Total: $301,000

GRAND TOTAL: $2,980,550 Year 2020-2021 Purchases Rationale Approximate Cost Replace Grade 5 Devices Self contained singular group to work with 300 @ 500 = 150,000 Replace devices in Elementary Libraries Can be teaching skills needed (30 *4) @ 500 = 60,000 Grade 9 receives devices Grade 9 students will keep the device for 4 years 300 @ 500 = 150,000 2020-2021 Total: $360,000 2020-2021 special purchase *** Replacement Laptops for all teachers ***** This is a big recurring replacement cost. Should utilize savings from previous years

401 * 800 = 320,800 from savings not included in yearly budget Special Purchase: $320,800 2021-2022 Replace devices in Grade 4 and Grade 6 Gr 6 still somewhat self contained Gr 6 students will have had them in Gr 5 600 @ 500 = 300,000 300 @ 500 = 150,000 Grade 9 receives devices 2021-2022 Total: $450,000 2022-2023 Replace devices in Grade 3 and Grade 7/8 600 @ 500 = 300,000 Grade 9 receives devices 300 @ 500 = 150,000 2022-2023 Total: $450,000 2023-2024 Replace Grade 1 and Grade 2 devices Might not need 1:1 needs to be evaluated 600 @ 500 = 300,000 300 @ 500 = 150,000 Grade 9 receives devices 2023-2024 Total: $450,000

2024-2025 Students entering Grade 9 receive device Will keep for four years [email protected] 500 = 150,000 Replace Kindergarten devices 1:1 or stations? 300 @ 500 = 150,000 May want to replace teacher devices if possible 2024-2025 Total: $300,000 NOTE: Current Technology Budget is $590,000. This purchase plan does not include upgrades to the servers, switches, wireless access points, SMART Board repairs, replacements of labs, staff or administrative devices, etc. Recommendation is that for the 5 years we are using the SMART Bond money, we bank some of the Technology Budget into our new reserve to be used as needed in the future. While we wait for State Ed approval.. We will take advantage of the time to Offer Professional Development Develop and communicate scope and sequence of technology skills Develop and communicate policies and presentations regarding use of student email and Office 365

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