Number of Students
Free and Reduced Lunch
Students with Access to High Speed Broadband
K-12 Students with Access to a Personal School-provided Device (1:1)
Technology Infrastructure: The goals is to develop digital equality, implement the NISAT Cybersecurity Framework, improve MTTR (mean time to respond and resolve) for technology issues, improve network infrastructure by utilizing grants and federal programs (e-rate) and expand technology for special education students.
Equitable School Culture and Community Engagement: In addition to the One-to One Apple Program, in which every student receives a device, the district encourages growth and achievement through social emotional learning and positive outcomes. School based clubs and programs are offered for all students, such as Girls Who Code, Robotics, Summer STEM Academy, Digital Citizenship, Student Vanguard and STEM.
Instructional Technologies: Two Linden schools participated in the STEAM Tank Challenge which is a state competition in which students apply science and technology skills to create a product that addresses a real-world problem. Linden Public School District will align and modify K-12 curricula, pacing guides and programs to identify instructional priorities without undermining deeper learning, while ensuring inclusion fo each and every learner.
Superintendent of Schools
Other District Leaders: Isabella Scocozza, Director of Grants; Denise Cleary, Assistant Superintendent