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Ms. Hunter, Instructional Technology Coach

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Students and employees can access an online version of Microsoft Office for free through their email login. They may also download five free copies of the full version of MS Office at home.
The Rutherford County Schools  BYOD program allows students to use their own personal electronic devices, such as iPods, tablets, or laptops at school for academic purposes. At the discretion of classroom teachers and principals, personal devices can be utilized as a supplemental part of students' daily learning experience. 

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Donate your old smartphone to BHS!

Your old smartphone will help us to provide our students with a wonderful learning experience, because we will use it as part of a Google Expeditions lab. The lab will be available for all BHS classes to use. What is Google Expeditions? Learn more here! Our goal is to receive fifty donated smartphones.

Here is what we need:
  • Smartphone (iOS/Android) four years old or newer
  • In working order
  • Wifi capable - we won't need to connect to cell service
  • Reset to factory defaults before donating
  • Charger included
  • No cracked screens
  • An iPod touch will work, too
  • Drop off at BHS front desk
You will receive a letter of donation to file with your taxes when you drop off your working smartphone. Questions? Contact Holly Hunter, instructional technology coach, at or 615-904-3850 ext. 22924. Thank you!