Geyserville New Tech Academy
Geyserville New Tech Academy students utilize various technologies to access and manage information, and create final projects for presentations. Students experience an interdisciplinary curriculum driven by a common core reflecting various disciplines and concentrating on effective communication, complex thinking and high standards of performance. Our goal is to enable students to develop a positive vision of themselves, and to become responsible, independent, self-directed learners. We have adopted a Project-based learning (PBL) system to guide and support students to think creatively, solve complex problems, communicate effectively and work in small groups.
New Tech Network, a national non-profit organization, engages with public school districts to develop innovative schools. NTN schools are centered around a culture that enables so that students graduate ready for college and career. Student achievement is the measure of our success.
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March 30, 2020
Echo is an online web system we use that supports our Project-based learning (PBL). Students use ECHO on a daily basis for assignments, deadlines, resources, teacher communication and much more! Parents are also encouraged to set-up a parent ECHO account for easy access to their student's grades, assignments, progress and communication.
Click here to login to ECHO.
Geyserville New Tech Academy encourages parents and members of the community to contact us and visit our school. Please contact us with any questions, comments or suggestions you may have. If you’re planning a visit, please check in with our front office upon arrival. In the interest of student safety and security, we must know if you are planning to be on school property during school hours.
Our office is open Monday through Friday from
8 am - 4 pm.
We're located at:
1300 Moody Lane
Geyserville, CA 95441
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