I believe that computer literacy skills are a set of life skills that enable students to use technology effectively and efficiently. Today’s elementary school students will be using technology in the future that we are only beginning to imagine. At Holy Family we are blessed with a wide availability of current technology for both students and teachers. I view technology as a tool to support learning. A meaningful, unified computer literacy curriculum must be more than "laundry lists" of isolated skills. My goals are: to prepare Holy Family students with computer skills necessary to become productive citizens in a technological world, to operate computers effectively and responsibly, to use software applications both as instructional aides and production tools, to be able to choose software appropriate for a given task, to become strategic learners who can problem solve on their own, and to become communicators that respect themselves and others.