Digital Classroom Project

Digital Classroom Project

The Digital Classroom Project was launched to provide technology to schools where students had limited access to hand-held computer devices. What started with providing tablets and a charging cart to schools where the need for technology was great, has expanded to include other technological devices. Since our first Digital Classroom Project at Corkran Middle School, the project has brought community partners and a variety of funding sources together to expand the program throughout AACPS. View our photo gallery to see the Digital Classroom PRoject in the hands of our students. 

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Our Partners

The following organizations have committeed funds to the Digital Classroom Project:

  • Annapolis Rotary Club
  • BGE
  • BWI Rotary Club
  • Glen Burnie Rotary Club
  • Grant funding from Rotary District 7620
  • Helping Teachers Teach Foundation
  • Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club
  • Officers & civilians stations a the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
  • Old Mill High School Class of 2017
  • West Anne Arundel County Rotary Club


Our Schools & Programs

Through the support of our partners, we have been able to bring the Digital Classroom Project to the following schools and programs:

  • Annapolis Elementary School
  • Chesapeake High School
  • Corkran Middle School
  • Hilltop Elementary School
  • Marley Middle School
  • Meade Heights Elementary School
  • Meade High School
  • North County High School
  • Oakwood Elementary School
  • Old Mill High School
  • Point Pleasant Elementary School
  • Quarterfield Elementary School
  • Tyler Heights Elementary School
  • Home & Hospital Teaching Program


Contact Us

For more information about how your organization can support the Digital Classroom Project, contact Carol Ann McCurdy, 410-222-5829 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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