Welcome to Technology
  • Mission

    The mission of the Galena Park Independent School District is to prepare students to become productive citizens and lifelong learners. We feel that by engaging our students in exciting lessons that explore and incorporate higher-level thinking skills we can assure success for all of our students. Curriculum Corner is the portal for our successful teachers to come together and reach our common educational goal by enhancing lessons, engaging students, and increasing interactivity in the classroom.

    Technology Department Events

    Medal Contest 

    The 2023-2024 Medal Contest winner was Angel Piña, a Galena Park High School senior!
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    Multimedia Contest

    The 2023-24 Multimedia Contest information is posted HERE (PDF)! There are many updates to the Multimedia contest this year. If you have any questions, see your campus technology leader (DLAC).

    You can view the picture gallery at the top of the page for highlights from the 2022-23 ceremony!

    Classlink Digital Art Contest

    Entries for the 2023-2024 Classlink Digital Art Contest are due to the campus DLAC, May 10, 2024. Please refer to this flyer for all of the details for entry. All students in Kindergarten - 12th grade are eligible to enter a project.

    The 2022-23 winning project was created by a student at Galena Park High School and will be displayed on the district's ClassLink home page during the 2023-24 school year.

  • Digital Media Safety for Parents

    Do you ever look for resources and advice on all things media and technology? This playlist includes four videos addressing many frequently asked questions. See Parenting in a Digital Age on the Common Sense Education YouTube Channel.

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    About Common Sense Education

    Common Sense Education supports K-12 schools with free, timely, and research-based resources for teaching in the digital age. We believe that learning digital life skills is essential for students to thrive in today’s world, and that all students should have access to learning these skills. That’s why we make our digital citizenship resources available for free, ready for any educator to plug into tomorrow’s lesson plan. Our core resources include a comprehensive K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum, all-inclusive reviews of the most popular and latest edtech tools, and expert advice on how to use those tools most effectively in the classroom. Over half a million educators in nearly half of K-12 U.S. schools use our resources to teach kids digital life skills. We’re excited to keep that number growing so that all of our kids can thrive in the digital age.

    Common Sense is the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. Every day, Common Sense supports parents, teachers, and policymakers with unbiased information, innovative tools, and trusted advice to support kids' digital well-being. To see all of Common Sense Education’s resources, visit https://www.commonsense.org/education.

  • Tech Help Desk

    Technology Help Center

    Data Responsibility Chart

Device Restitution Requirements:

  • (From the Loan Agreement):

    • Missing keys, scratched screen, damaged port: $25.00
    • Missing/Damaged charger: $25.00
    • Missing/lost case: $30.00
    • Cracked screen: $50.00
    • Hotspot completely damaged, stolen, or lost: $84.00
    • Missing/Damaged hotspot charger: $10.00
    • Completely Damaged or Stolen -- with police report: $100.00
    • Lost or Not returned: $300.00

    Fines must be paid through the RevTrack WebStore.

    Access to the Galena Park ISD Chromebooks or iPads is a privilege, not a right. Violating the letter or spirit of the above guidelines may result in the loss of the Chromebook/iPad, disciplinary action(s), criminal charges, and/or fines.