Technology for tomorrow's leadership
While ﬁeld trips to places like Phantom Farms, Roger Williams Zoo, Sturbridge Village, Providence Performing Arts, Biomes Marine Center and Whale Watch take our students out into the world, extensive use of computer technology brings the world into our classrooms.
Smart Boards in General and Judaic Studies classrooms offer students new, stimulating and creative learning opportunities.
Our Computer Lab is equipped with new computers and printers for every student, and there are computers in many classrooms.
As early as Kindergarten, students start learning the basics of how computers work through age-appropriate, skill-building software programs. And we encourage older students to use computers for word processing, databases, presentations, graphics and research through our hard-wired, ﬁltered internet connection.
At PHDS, we know that mastering technology is not optional – either in today's society or for tomorrow's leaders.