800 Juliana Drive, Woodstock, Ontario

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December 5, 2022
“Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are
November 28, 2022
The last few weeks have brought a return of winter weather to Southern Ontario,
November 28, 2022
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”
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    The mission of Woodstock Christian School is to provide quality    Christian education that challenges each student to fulfill the   potential of his/her God-given abilities in service to God and the   community.

    The purpose in providing computer accessibility and Internet   access is to equip the students of WCS with the ability to explore,   discern, unfold, understand, develop, and care for God's world. Computer technology and the internet are tools that WCS can use to bring about growth in knowledge, wisdom, and obedient service to God.


At Woodstock Christian School, we believe that technology can be a powerful tool in equipping our students to be agents of change in the Kingdom of God, teaching them to use the tools of their generation to make an impact now and in the future. In addition, we believe that technology can enhance learning, enabling students to access, work with, and communicate knowledge and information.

We strive to remain current with technology, updating as new technology becomes available in the most stewardly manner as possible. Digital projectors in each classroom, tablets in a number of classroom centres and in the resource classroom, mobile laptops, and a well-equipped computer lab all enhance 21st century learning and teaching.

While there can be hazards associated with the use of technology, WCS believes that the benefits far outweigh them. We try to take every measure possible to ensure the safe and appropriate use of our technology and the Internet. To complement this, all students, staff and parents will learn about and adhere to established standards of acceptable use when using the school's technology or access to the Internet.