iPads

Encinitas school district rolling out iPads for K-2

Encinitas school district rolling out iPads for K-2

ENCINITAS — Four iPads, each covered in a rubbery blue casing, stood on a desk in classroom at Ocean Knoll Elementary. Rotating groups of first-graders took turns completing reading exercises on the iPads.

Two men convicted of stealing iPads from county schools

ENCINITAS — On Aug. 16, two Riverside men were convicted of stealing 123 iPads, more than 100 laptops and other electronic devices from county schools over a two-month period.

Q&A: Bringing yoga, technology to EUSD schools

Q&A: Bringing yoga, technology to EUSD schools

David Miyashiro served as the assistant superintendent of education services for the Encinitas Union School District for four years.During this time, he spearheaded a plan for the district to buy iPads for its third through six-graders for $1.7 million, the funds for which came from bond money for technology improvements.

RSF School Board agrees to expand iPad use in classrooms

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe School Board agreed May 1 to expand the use of iPads in fifth- and sixth-grade classrooms for the coming academic year.The board unanimously voted to spend $117,000 on 246 new iPad 2 devices, including associated cables and cases. Each device has 16 GB of storage and Wi-Fi […]

District encourages students to bring their own technology

District encourages students to bring their own technology

ENCINITAS — Some schools are buying laptops or tablets for all of their students. But the San Dieguito Union High School district opted for a growing alternative — B.Y.O.D. (short for bring your own device.)

U.S. Border Patrol agents intercept stolen computers from Del Mar

U.S. Border Patrol agents intercept stolen computers from Del Mar

TEMECULA — U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Interstate 15 checkpoint arrested three men on the morning of Jan. 30 who were in possession of a projector and 30 stolen computers.

Thieves hit second school, steal more iPads

ENCINITAS — A second school in as many days was hit by thieves, their target the schools’ iPads.

Students start school year with iPads

RANCHO SANTA FE — Due to increased enrollment, 20 more iPads will be needed for this school year at R. Roger Rowe School in Rancho Santa Fe it was decided at the school district’s Sept. 6 meeting.