CSD has officially launched the eMerge initiative with 1:1 technology available in all schools. The CSD eMerge Orientations for 6th-12th grade students and their parents were held during July 28-31 at Corinth High School, and the make-up orientations took place on Wednesday and Thursday, August 6-7, and on Thursday and Friday, August 14-15. All 6th-12th grade students, along with a parent or legal guardian, were required to attend an eMerge Orientation in order to receive a MacBook Air laptop computer from CSD. CSD offered a total of 58 eMerge Orientation sessions for students and parents to attend.
For questions about eMerge, you may contact the Corinth School District Administrative Office at 662-287-2425 or any one of the school offices.
eMerge Background: During the first annual Corinth Education Summit at Corinth High School on January 23, Superintendent Edward Lee Childress announced the district's latest and most innovative initiative to improve learning for all students: "eMerge."
On Friday, February 28, Superintendent Childress announced that CSD will be implementing 1:1 technology this fall! Students in grades Pre-K-2 will have an iPad for classroom use, while students in grades 3-5 will have a MacBook for use at school. Students in grades 6-12 will receive a MacBook, along with a CSD backpack, for use at home and school!