Students in Mrs. Watkins' and Mrs. Cummins' fourth grade classes are testing out a pilot program called "CaptivationStation."
It's part of the schools digital blended "WriteSteps" curriculum that helps kids improve writing and grammar.
"It helps me make my writing better and use some stronger words. Instead of just 'went,' you can use words like 'ran' or 'sprinted,'" said Logan Decker, a 4th grader at Carver.
"It's a lot better going at your own pace and doing it on your own verses doing it as a whole class lesson," explained Carver 4th grader Callie Davis.
It's been used for about three weeks and Mrs. Watkins says she can already see an improvement in the kids' writing.