Technology Program


The technology curriculum exceeds the National Technology Standards (NETS) endorsed by the Delaware Department of Education.  The curriculum also utilizes the emerging ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) standards.


In Grades Kindergarten-2, students become familiar with, and learn, the basic components of a computer such as the keyboard, the mouse, the monitor and the CPU. Students are also introduced to keyboarding, word processing, and multimedia software all on a developmentally appropriate level. Use and care of iPads are introduced in technology class, and are woven into the curriculum to enhance learning.


Students in Grades 3-5 learn more advanced keyboarding skills, as well as being introduced to Microsoft Office and the fundamentals of using the Internet as a research tool. iPads are used as a tool for learning and researching in technology class with lessons that are aligned with their classroom curriculum. Digital citizenship is a very important component at this level of the curriculum.  

Middle School

Students in Grades 6-8 review all previously learned skills, but at a more appropriately advanced developmental level. Students at this level learn the proper methods of using the Internet for research, use Google Apps for Education, and on a daily basis are using iPads and Chromebooks. Digital citizenship is taught and expected of all students. Technology is integrated and used throughout various subjects in Middle School to prepare students for High School.  

Calendar Events
  • October 2020
    • ThuOct29 8th grade Mass
    • ThuOct29 NOON DISMISSAL: Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences, Aftercare Available

      11:30 PreK

      11:45 Walkers

      11:50 Car-Riders

    • ThuOct29 Reconciliation - 6th grade
    • FriOct30 NO SCHOOL: Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
St. Ann School
2006 Shallcross Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19806
302.652.6567 office
302.652.1241 fax
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