The Pine School in the 21st century, must keep pace with advancements in technology, effect changes in the curriculum and the manner in which the curriculum is delivered, and effectively manage information and communication both internally and externally.

To live and work successfully in our global society, Pine School students will require different knowledge, skills, and attitudes than previous generations.

We believe that technology available today for educational use offers unique opportunities to enhance instruction and learning and empower students to be more proactive in the acquisition of knowledge.

The Pine School uses technology to enhance its 21st century curriculum and student learning through our laptop program, smart classroom initiatives, wireless environments and use of state-of-the-art tools to enrich the learning process.

RenWeb is our school management system that provides a web interface for parent and student information. Resource documents, report cards, grades, lesson plans and homework are all found on RenWeb. First time users of RenWeb should set up their accounts by going to our dedicated RenWeb page on the website and downloading the ParentsWeb PDF Manual.

G Suite for Education
The Pine School has established a partnership with Google, which provides centralized cloud-based access to email, documents, shared calendars, collaboration tools and much more. Students can access our partnership portal from the “Quick Links” section of The Pine School website.

Cyber Safety
The Pine School is committed to empowering our constituency with information about the Internet and the possible dangers to children online. To ensure a safe and positive experience for children we have added a web page with information that will hopefully empower students, teachers, parents, to make the Internet a safer place.

Top Ten Internet Safety Tips!
Guide to Online Safety

Lower School Cyber Safety
Internet Safety Presentation

Middle/Upper School Cyber Safety
Internet Safety Handout

Internet Safety and Privacy on the Web
5 Tips to Help Parents Talk to their Kids About Technology