Computer skills are essential for productivity in the modern world, and Hannah Senesh students are taught to use technology safely and effectively. Our school building is completely wired, and all computers are fully networked. Our library features a computer lab, and all school computers have high-speed internet access. Grades 2-8 classrooms are equipped with computers, bringing access to a world of information to lessons and discussions.
Younger students learn basic computer skills in the context of drawing, reading, and math activities. Older students learn traditional computer application skills, such as keyboarding, word processing, photography editing, and multimedia presentations. Programs in English and Hebrew enhance classroom learning. Students learn how to safely navigate the internet, as well as how to be informed internet researchers.