Technology Policies

Technology Plan

Vision Statement 
Our vision is that students and staff will have ubiquitous access to the tools of technology and the skills to effectively use them for the process of education. We also envision that the school administration will leverage technology to enable the most efficient and effective means of managing the business of schooling. 

Mission Statement 
With a commitment to teaching and learning, the Belmont Public Schools strive to nurture the intellectual, social, and personal development of each student and to create a dynamic community of lifelong learners who contribute to the common good and are of service to others. 

Technology Leadership 
Leadership and planning for technology within the Belmont Public Schools will primarily come from three sources—the School Committee, School Administration, and the District Technology Leaders which contains members from each school. The building principals and curriculum directors shall also play a vital role in providing leadership and direction for subject and grade level technology utilization and planning. 

The implementation of technology plans and projects is the responsibility of the school administration (Director of Technology). The school administration (Director of Technology) should conduct ongoing technology audits as part of the technology planning process.