TCHS Rampage

Temple City High School


September 5, 2017

Student to computer ratio

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As of this moment, the school is looking to buy more computers in hopes of bringing the student to computer ratio closer to one to one.
To raise funds this year, Principal Dr. Jennifer Lashier has created a plan where the school will forgo buying certain supplies.
At the staff meeting on August 21, Dr. Lashier encouraged teachers to ask parents to donate classroom materials.
Currently there are three and a half students for every computer on campus.
However, this ratio includes laptops and computers that are exclusively used by ELD, Special Ed., Yearbook, Dragonflicks and Rampage as well as those available to the general population such as the computers in the media center and classroom laptop carts.
“I think it is a great disservice to the student body,” English teacher Ms. Erica Dolter said. “Teachers are being told to use technology that isn’t readily available to them.”

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