Common Questions

Yes, our fee is $25. This fee is used to ensure that the most up to date apps and supplemental programs are available for the students to use. The fee also covers maintaining the iPads.

Yes. A damaged iPad must be returned to the school (if lost this does not apply). There is a $50 damage fee that will be added to the student’s account.  A new iPad will be issued once the damaged iPad is turned into the school office. If lost or stolen the $400 fee will be applied to the student’s account. Damaged charging equipment costs are listed below. Damaged iPad, charging equipment, or lost/stolen iPad fees must be paid by the end of the current school year.

  • Lost/Stolen Charging Block – $20
  • Lost/Stolen Charging Cable – $20
  • Damaged iPad Fee – $50
  • Damaged iPad Case – $35
  • Lost/Stolen iPad – $400

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New Albany Schools view technology as an opportunity for every student. We believe exposing students to technology can open doors in their future for jobs they never knew existed. Because of this belief we have made a tremendous investment in placing technology in the hands of every student. We are a 1 to 1 school district from pre-K to 12th grade. Students in grades 6-12 take their iPads home everyday.

All of our Teachers have earned Apple Teacher Certifications and all of our schools have earned Apple Distinguished School Certifications. We also have a growing number of Apple Learning Coaches in each of our schools.

From a hardware standpoint we have 1.5 Gig of upload and download capability. We have 260 Ruckus wireless arrays including one array in every classroom and Outdoor AP’s offering internet outdoors on all campuses. We have approximately 2,400 iPads, 200 macbook air laptops, and 170 Apple TV’s. Every classroom has a 65” 4k television. Students can also check out Logitech Crayons to assist with class projects.

Jake Miller
Jake MillerTechnology Director
Summer Tyer
Summer TyerInstructional Technology Coordinator