Brookstone School



GBI Agent Sue Dowling spoke to parents on April 29, 2013.  Agent Dowling provided us with handouts that are attached here.  She also spoke to our Middle School students on topics relevant to them.  If you have a middle school age student, ask them about her presentation.  

HANDOUT - Risks - Risks and Misuses.pdf

Cybersafety Suggestions Slides.pdf

18 point agreement.pdf

Smart Card - FB.pdf 

A Parent's Guide to Facebook

Smart Card - Google.pdf

A Parent's Guide to Google+

Smart Card - LinkedIn.pdf

Smart Card - Twitter.pdf

A Parent's Guide to Intstagram

A Parent's Guide to Snapchat

Suggestions for Parents


Internet Safety Parent Session Slides


Brookstone Technology

Mission Statement


Our mission is to prepare students to become lifelong learners capable of integrating technology fluently in their lives.  We believe that introducing our students to technology tools ad digital citizenship will better prepare them to achieve in post-secondary education and in the workplace.  Our technology program must embrace the new and ever-changing technologies and incorporate those technologies into the classroom. 


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In the Classroom 

 Brookstone has a one-to-one tablet PC program for the Upper School students.  Each freshman uses a Lenovo tablet PC for use in class. 

The Middle School has a Teaching Computer Lab, a separate lab available to all Middle School teachers to reserve, and a Mobile Cart with Lenovo tablet PCs. 

The Intermediate School also has a Mobile cart with Lenovo netbooks available along with four computers per classroom.  

The Lower School has an iPad cart for teachers to reserve along with four computers per classroom.


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Help Desk 


Contact Us:

706-324-1392 x1195


Kirven Library


Monday - Friday

7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on days school is in session


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Our Beliefs

  • Technology is expanding the availability of learning beyond the classroom to be 24x7.
  • Technology enbles us to respond more effectively to different learning styles and needs and engages our students.
  • Teaching students to be resourceful and how to discern the value of information available to them via technology is critical.
  • We must teach students to be socially responsible when using technology.
  • Technology can be an valuable tool to encourage collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking in our students to prepare them for life in a rapidly changing global economy.    


Brookstone Technology Fair 


Technology Fair 

For more information about the Chattahoochee Valley Regional Technology Fair, please click here.


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 Worth Watching!

"Did You Know?" is a video created in September 2006 by Karl Fisch of Arapahoe High School in Colorado. According to Mr. Fisch, he remixed content from David Warlick, Thomas Friedman, Ian Jukes, Ray Kurzweil, and others, and incorporated music from "The Last of the Mohicans". His intent was to get teachers at his school thinking and entering into discussions about the world their students will face, and how that should impact their classrooms. With permission, Scott McLeod modified it. Both have given permission to download and link to it. As Mr. Fisch emailed to Mr. McLeod,

I'm glad the presentation is making an impact - that was the idea, of course (although mostly for my own staff, I didn't know it would take on a life of its own!). I hope that the conversations it starts don't just stop at conversations, but actually translate into actions for our students.

This is well worth the few minutes of your time to see the presentation. 

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Microsoft Office Compatibility

Due to the fact that many computers are running different versions of Office, the Microsoft compatibility Pack is available for downloading by clicking the link below. 

Compatibility Download