Technology use at MTS takes a selective & intentional approach.

Technology is an integral part of life at MTS and is embedded throughout the curriculum. Technology use at MTS is selective, and used to support learning, demonstrate understanding, and express creativity. We focus on developing skills that allow students to use devices to access information, derive meaning, and construct knowledge.

MTS students learn principles of computer science and programming from an early age. They learn essential systems and platforms that support reading assessment, math skill development, and problem solving. Students also have opportunities to more deeply explore areas of interest including coding, digital art and photography, 3D printing, and stop-motion video.

Kindergarten students in computer class
Students working with robots in STEM class

Mike Taverna

Director of Instructional Technology