Group A
- Organization of teams of teachers who will share technological resources through an open calendar.
- Using in-school efforts to teach and model the use of different technologies.
- Acquiring funds through grant writing fund raisers.
- A social learning community established for parents, family.
- Creative use of time.

Group B
- Give teachers coverage within the building so that they can team up with their colleagues for free inservices – right in their building.
- Write grants to release more money for what is needed in buildings.

Group C
- Funding for current technology.
- Accessibility for students and teachers.
- More follow-p and professional development.
- Timely repairs and software updates.
- Adequate working materials.
- More time to learn how to use technology and programs.

Group D
- Improve accessibility by allowing educational Web sites to be unblocked for students and teachers throughout the buildings.
- Design all technology trainings so that teachers are able to participate hands-on and have follow-up training.
- Allocate more funds to update technology.
- Design technology teams that research new programs that are free or alternate methods of funding.

Group E
- Locate funding resources for technology to include teacher needs (paid time to train and develop lessons, training equipment), student needs (more computers in classrooms, help parents with computers), district needs (wireless in all buildings, unify programs across district, hire more computer consultants).

Group F
- District will develop a plan to write a grant that will provide more computers/technology for each child.
- Administrators will provide half day planning time a month for teachers to develop technological lessons for our students. Meet as grade level teams to share and plan lessons based on the standards.

Group G
- In each building during staff meetings, 10-20 minutes will set aside for PD in the area technology using staff members as experts to guide ideas and concepts.
- Develop a tech committee within each building to decipher the needs of each building. That committee can/will provide possible grant resources for fulfilling the building’s tech needs.

Group H
- Providing each classroom with state of the art technology and pairing a veteran technologist with.
- Pairing a veteran teacher who is not familiar with 21st century technology with a younger teacher who is familiar with the latest technology. Reverse mentoring.

Group I
- In the contract we will negotiate time for professional development on a monthly basis to enhance teachers’ knowledge base of technology as it continues to change. We will be given a minimum of one early release day to learn from other teachers or keynote speakers about the technology that affects our students.

Group J
- Grants
- More funding
- More planning time for teachers.
- More collaboration
- More focused learning opportunities.

Group K
- We will have technology time at every staff meeting.
- We will implement technology workshops for parents, students and teachers (community education).

Group L
- By December 2009 a 21st century technology grant writing committee will be created to seek funding and/or donations to begin the process of obtaining updated/21st century technology for our entire school district.
- By 2011, 100 percent of all district classrooms will have the technology equipment needed for 21st century learning.