Technology has grown by leaps and bounds everywhere — including in the classroom. Interactive white boards and other parts of a 21st century classroom have been added to three classrooms in Beaver Dam Unified School District.
“It’s pretty crazy,” BDHS student Mitch Drunasky said. “I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s the biggest talk in the classrooms.”
“I love the board,” Beaver Dam High School student Lauren Bailey said. “It is really convenient. You don’t even have to erase things.”
BDUSD technology coordinator Aaron Vanden Heuvel said the district has been working with Heartland Business Systems in Appleton to receive a grant to use the 21st century package classrooms in the district.