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    Welcome to Union East Computer Technology! 

    I, Mrs. McDonough, am the Computer Technology

    Integrator and Computer Technology Instructor for

     grades K, 1, 2, 3, and 4. 


    DeeAnne Callisto-McDonough

    Computer Technology Instruction & Integration

    Contact information:

    Phone: 716-686-3620 X3133

    email: dcallist@ccsd-k12.org


    What the students are learning?: 

    All grade K - 1 students are applying computer navigation, keyboard recognition, and processes to form independent use skills and comfort in applications found while using technologies.


    Grades 2, 3 & 4:

    All grade 2, 3, and 4 students use a student management tools to help guide them with their learning.  This tool allows for lesson differentiation for all students. Show and Tell Videos are available to students to watch to learn and apply processes as they to learn the school; also allowing students the opportunity to watch as often as needed to understand and apply the process.



    Grades K & 1:

    Grades K & 1 student activities encompass 3 specific skill sets: mouse, key recognition, and navigation tools. The activities are presented to allow for differentiation of access and completion for all students. 


     Technology Use Expectations: 

    • All students are expected to use technology appropriately; as outlined on the district calendar's AUP. 

    • Students follow four (4) simple Computer Technology Rules.

      1) Stop everything and look at the teacher when she is speaking (hands on your lap).

      2) Keep your hands on your own computer.

      3) Respect yourself and others.

      4) Keep voices low. 

    •  We also follow the Warrior Way expectations.



    Please note - Links to Third Party Sites: The internet links provided on the school website, teacher's personal webpages, and special interest links may have you leave the school site.  The links are provided for your convenience.  The links are not under the control of the district.  The district is not responsible for contents of any linked site nor are they endorsed by the district.