Monday Memo

IT Services 9.7.15

Happy Labor Day

Welcome to the 37th issue of the Monday Memo and Happy Labor Day! I hope you get to enjoy Labor Day with some fun and relaxation. I know you don't believe it, but I'm going to try and take a little nap today!
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Jennifer Goldman

Thanks for compiling the Tech Directors Handbook and for making it topical

Telecomm Team

Appreciate your diligence and your countless hours preparing for the voice services cutover from AT&T to Cox. So far, only two casualties: 587STOP and 587SAFE. They're working to get them back online ASAP
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Site Visits

A few weeks ago, I asked that all IT Services personnel take a few hours each month, just one day, to visit schools in order to see our raw materials.....our students. Take some to walk the halls, views the artwork, visit with administrators, and observe classrooms. I can't wait to hear about your experiences.

Digital Promise

Monday, Sep. 14th, 8am to Tuesday, Sep. 15th, 3pm

900 North Klein Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK

Digital Promise, a non-profit organization dedicated to the convergence of instructional technology, infrastructure, teaching, and research, will be on site September 14-15. Several of us will be involved with coaching services from Digital Promise where they will focus on messaging and communications, digital curriculum and assessments, and technology infrastructure.

Principals Technology Handbook

Over the last couple of months, the IT Services Leadership Team have compiled 'must know' topics in order that they be more efficient and successful as instructional leaders. Please take a moment to review the Google Site (you'll need to login w/ you AD creds). If you think something is missing, please let Jennifer Goldman know so that she may add it.


https://sites.google.com/a/okcps.org/principal-s-technology-handbook/

Do great work

Enjoy the 4 day work week. I know sometimes, it seems as if short workweeks can be more intense....5 days of work squeezed into 4 days. Keep the focus and keep on target.....remember why we are here.