Computers and Technology

Classroom technology

The use of technology in the classroom supports and integrates the subject matter curriculum. All Castro classrooms are wired for Internet access. 

The most widely used technology programs at Castro are Zearn for mathematics practice, Edutyping for keyboarding skills and Lexia for reading practice.


Using Lexia, students work independently at their own pace through individualized learning paths to develop fundamental reading skills in a structured, sequential manner. Teachers are notified when students require support or intervention and are provided with the resources for face-to-face instruction.

Zearn Math

Students at Castro use the Zearn software program provided through the district to practice math concepts. In Zearn, teachers assign lesson segments for independent student practice.  The lesson segments support the current instruction in the classroom and provide students with another opportunity for instruction on the concept and for rigorous practice of the lesson concept.

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