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Wabash City Schools had one of the first schools to provide a computer to every student. In 2011, every middle school student had their own computer. The rest of the district followed suit the year after. Since then we have made many changes and most of the state of Indiana has followed our lead. Currently WCS uses iPads as student devices. The creative nature, durability, and cost effectiveness of the iPad was a clear choice.

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Google provides the backbone of our technology, including gmail, Drive, etc. Skyward is our student information system. Seesaw in grades PK-2 and Canvas in grades 3-12 are our learning management systems.


Metronet provides our Internet services and we utilize a fiberoptic network to connect all of our buildings. In 2013, we partnered with our neighboring district to create one large network. 

Technology for Parents

Advice for parents and information about school technology

General Teacher Resources

General information and tutorials for teachers and staff

Canvas Teacher Resources

Canvas information and resources for teachers and staff members


Tip Line

From online safety to physical safety, our tip line is the place to report

Technology Vision Statement

As an early adopter of the one-to-one environment, Wabash City Schools strives to be a leader in educational technology. We believe technology can break down barriers and create new opportunities for our learning community to communicate, collaborate, learn and lead in the modern era. We believe successful technology integration will foster a learning environment with ubiquitous access to information that emphasizes creation, not consumption and allow a more personalized learning experience for all stakeholders.

Technology for Parents

Safety is our number one priority, online or otherwise. We have a sophisticated filter on our entire network and also a mobile filter on all student devices. We do our best to educate our stakeholders about the dangers and best practices when online. In addition we have several convocations that help to further guide our students toward safe use of the Internet and technology in general. 


We do everything we can, but no system is perfect and the Internet is always changing, so we need parent/guardian help at home. It's always a good idea to keep school technology in a common area as opposed to in a bedroom or other secluded area. We can't emphasize that enough. We like to think of these as a kitchen table device because that is the best place for it.

Tech for Parents

Teacher Resources

See a full list of all tutorial videos on our YouTube Channel


iPad Time Saving Tips for Teachers document icon

iPad Time Saving Tips for Teachers

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Apple Classroom Response System

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SpendBridge Supply Order Guide

How to Print From Your iPad Document Icon

How to Print From Your iPad

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Search Operators and Shortcuts

Managed AppleIDs & iCloud - MacBook & iPad document icon

Managed AppleIDs & iCloud - MacBook & iPad

iOS Clips App Tutorial

Let the iPad Read to Students

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Artificial Intelligence Presentation

Teacher Resources Canvas

Teacher Resources

Canvas Grade Sync Instructions

How to Turn on Nightly Grade Sync in Canvas

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How to Make a File Submission Assignment in Canvas

How to Make a Google Doc Assignment in Canvas document icon

How to Make a Google Doc  Assignment in Canvas

How to Copy a Canvas Course using Canvas Commons - My favorite

How to Copy a Canvas Course Using a Self-Created Course

How to Sync Canvas and Skyward with Straight Points

How to Sync Canvas and Skyward with Weighted Categories

How to Edit a Canvas Course Template

How to Create a Video Submission Assignment in Canvas

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