Rye Neck District Brings Interwrite to All Classrooms
Rye Neck Union Free School District in New York has standardized on Interwrite Learning's technologies for all of its K-12 classrooms. The implementation includes Interwrite Board interactive whiteboards and Interwrite Pad Bluetooth wireless pads in all classrooms, including special education classes.
"Interwrite Learning has provided us with the perfect tools to enhance the learning experiences of both our teachers and students, while also helping them to stay on top of modern technology," said Peter Mustich, Superintendent of Rye Neck UFSD. "What started off as a pilot program for the technology quickly transitioned to every classroom being equipped with the Boards and Pads in a very short period of time. Once we implemented Interwrite Learning's solutions into a few classrooms, every teacher in our district was eager to begin utilizing the technology in their lessons."
Rye Neck UFSD serves 1,412 students on four campuses, Rye Neck High School, Rye Neck Middle School, F. E. Bellows Elementary School, and Daniel Warren Elementary School.
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