BYOT stands for Bring Your Own Technology, and is an initiative for students to bring their own Internet-enabled devices to school. Devices that allow the student to create content (e.g. laptops or tablets) and have a keyboard are best suited for our students. Phones are not recommended as they can connect to open (unfiltered) networks. All devices should use WiFi to connect to filtered school networks as necessary.
Meadowland has joined the county’s Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) program. For our school, the initiative began in October 2015 with our fifth grade students. We now run the program for grades 3 through 5. Students participating in this program agreed to an "acceptable use" contract regarding technology.
Students who do not bring their own devices will not be left out of learning activities or penalized in any way! Students without their own device will use a school-owned device such as a Chromebook or Windows laptop during BYOT time. BYOT support One to the World.