• Now in its tenth year, the eTeam is a group of tech-savvy high school students who provide technology-based community service to the adult population of Monroe County. eTeam students host a series of monthly hands-on workshops that are FREE to the adult population. These student-created workshops cover common technologies such as Facebook, Email, Google Docs, Instagram and eBook borrowing. Additionally, attendees are also afforded the opportunity to request one-to-one assistance for their individual technology needs. eTeam members teach the basics of these tools and encourage participants as they expand their current use of technology. Sessions are held throughout the school year from 9:00-11:30 am at the Carl T. Secor Administration Building, 50 Vine Street, in East Stroudsburg. Participants are encouraged to bring their personal devices for individualized, specific instruction.

    For more information about upcoming eTeam Community Technology Outreach offerings, please click the link: Community Technology Outreach


  • The iTeam is comprised of a group of students from JTL and Lehman Intermediate Schools who work collaboratively with the district’s secondary instructional technology coaches in sustained technology workshops throughout the school year. These students meet once per quarter along with a team-building day. The goal of this intermediate tech team is to engage tech-savvy students as they apply the design process and computational thinking to identify and solve relevant problems. These workshops are designed to foster higher-order thinking, collaboration, and creativity while utilizing technology. Upon completion of this unique program, these students are then afforded an opportunity to be part of the district’s eTeam, a community service-based technology program.

Tech Team Jr.

  • ESASD Tech Team Junior is a program designed for fifth-grade students to develop their technology and communication skills. Representatives from the six elementary buildings increase their knowledge of current technologies as well as their presentation abilities. Tech Team Jr members act as a resource in their classroom community to help problem-solve and promote positive digital citizenship.