The Powercat Minute

Weeks of 2/15/2021

We Are Wildcats


Sola--6th Grade

Dueringer--7th Grade

Reyes--8th Grade


Silkett--6th Grade; 7th Green

Rodden--8th Grade; 7th Silver

We are...

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Dear CST Family,

Dear Staff,

I hope you enjoyed the long weekend and stayed warm! I appreciate all of your work with conferences. I know the new format has presented challenges while also providing some desirable features. I expect an opportunity for feedback in the near future. I hope you'll share your thoughts.

This week our boys' basketball teams will begin their season. Originally scheduled for Wednesday, their first game will now be on Thursday against OT (8th home, 7th away). These games will be live streamed with two fans allowed per player. Wish our boys well as they get started on the season.

On Thursday, Mindy Roberts will be holding a lunch and learn for any staff who want to join for a few minutes of lunch PD via Zoom. She's offering 2 dates, 2/18 and 2/23. Attendees will leave with 2-3 high impact strategies. I hope you'll consider taking advantage of this opportunity.

Finally, we have a scheduled staff meeting on Wednesday beginning at 3:20. Nurse Ross will speak about current health practices and we'll review our March 1st return to learning plan. Please note, while there are some tweaks and adjustments to our hybrid plan, much of what we know and expect will remain the same--masks, distance to the best of our ability, hand washing/sanitizing, etc. We'll specifically talk arrival and lunch as well.

It's another short week. Less than two weeks and its March 1st, full return, and hopefully the beginning of some spring time weather.

Have a wonderful week ahead.


Feel free to add thoughts on March 1st at the link below.

Thank you amazing CST Parents!

Thank you to our CST parents for the treats in the lounge last week!Special thanks goes to Lori Grantham and Becca Stanley who orchestrated this whole collection.
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Lunch and Learn with Mindy Roberts

Join CST Instructional Coach, Mindy Roberts, for a "Lunch and Learn" opportunity on 2/18 or 2/23! Mindy will share a few ready-made strategies you can take and use immediately in your classroom all during the lunch period. Invite a friend, enjoy some lunch, come away with an impactful strategy for your room.

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Covid Vaccines for Staff (2/9 district email)

Olathe Public Schools staff,

We wanted to provide you with an update on the next steps in the vaccination plan for the Olathe Public Schools. To date, more than 900 district staff who work with our students with special needs have been vaccinated. Olathe Northwest hosted two days of vaccinations for Johnson County school district personnel last week, which allowed us to take care of many of these staff members.

We are now determining next steps to continue the vaccination of our staff. As we have mentioned before, we do not know when or how many doses will come into the county each week. We will do our best to have the next round of staff names ready to go when vaccines are available.

The next group to receive invitations will be full-time district staff members who are 65 and older, those who have an ADA accommodation for COVID-19 on file with the district, and staff members who supervise lunch. This will include substitute teachers who regularly work more than three days a week. As we get staff vaccinated, we will continue to work our way through all staff by age.

If you would like to decline a vaccine from the district, or if you have received the vaccine from another location, please fill out the form here:

Below are some important reminders:

  • Please be patient. We cannot control the number of vaccines available to us or the timing of the delivery. This will take time to work through our staff.
  • Please make sure to read emails and be ready when the vaccination is available for identified groups. Sometimes we will have little notice when it’s time for the next group to sign up. Staff must have an appointment to receive the vaccine.
  • Delay getting another vaccine if your vaccine group is next. People who have had a vaccine for another illness (e.g., shingles, HPV) cannot get the COVID-19 vaccine within 14 days.
  • Be extremely cautious about exposures to COVID-19. Individuals within their 10-day isolation period for illness OR in quarantine for exposure cannot attend a vaccination clinic.
  • If you question whether you should get the COVID vaccine based on your health history or medical conditions, we recommend that you discuss this with your doctor at your earliest opportunity and not wait until the invitation arrives in your email.
  • As always, we need to continue to wear masks, social distance, keep kids home when they are sick and stay home when we are sick and use proper hand washing hygiene, even after getting a vaccine. We still need to work together to keep our community safe.

Thank you again for your patience as we work through this important process. Please reach out to your supervisor with questions.

Hall Signs/Posters

Please talk with admin before posting signs, or having students post signs, in the halls.

Thank you.

Hybrid Schedule

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Personal Leave

I've had a few questions recently about how to request personal leave. Below is a link to HR's website with the process and forms. The request begins with building principals for approval then is formally submitted using the forms from the site. Below is also a screen grab from HR's site.

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Hats, Hoodies--Thank you

Thank you for reinforcing this in your classroom.


As the weather has gotten colder, more hats and hoodies have been seen in the halls. A reminder will be shared on morning announcements about this rule. Please help reinforce these rules in the halls and your classrooms. Spirit week exceptions are okay, but this general reminder will begin this week. Thank you for your assistance with this.

From the AIM...

Feeling the Winter Blues? You’re not alone. Lack of sunlight can produce a type of mood disorder that is characterized by fatigue, depression, hopelessness, and social withdrawal. Although symptoms usually get better as the days grow longer, there is help available if they do not. All employees can access free mental health services through the district’s EAP program. For more information, go to or the Olathe District Human Resources website. In addition, a local Counseling group, Buddleia is offering FREE mental health counseling to educators in the Olathe School District during the entire month of February. For more information, go to

The EPIC Learning Series for the spring semester kicks off on Tuesday, February 16th with these sessions and presenters:

  • All things BSEL- Practical Tips and Tools for Improving Your Students’ SEL and Academic Learning- Angie Salava, Alicia Jackson, Scott Fluke

  • Rowing Against the Current: Unlikely Connection, Lifelong Impact- Erik Erazo, Marquis Harris

  • Assessment for Learning- Rich Wilson

  • Let’s Collaborate! Teaching with Technology- Jackie Black, Kristen Lester

This session will offer time to create, explore and learn with each other. We will focus on teaching in a blended learning world today and in the future. Please come to this session ready to share with, or ask questions to, other rock star teachers like you! Please sign up in Frontline to attend.

Click here to access instructions on how to sign up! These sessions will also be available on March 2nd and April 6th.

Extended School Year Info and Employment

Special Services

What is ESY and How are Students Identified for ESY?: ESY are Extended School Year services provided to students with IEPs. Students must be found eligible for ESY by the IEP team under the criteria contained in the district “Documentation of Need for Extended School Year Services” form located in Synergy SE Ad Hoc Documents. In Synergy SE Ad Hoc documents, simply click on “ESY Determination Documentation” to access the document. Remember, ESY eligibility is an IEP team decision.

General Information: ESY will be in-person with no remote option. Breakfast and lunch will not be served at the summer school sites this year, however families can access breakfast and lunch at the community sites offered by the district. More information will be shared by Food Production and communicated by the Olathe Public Schools communication department as information becomes available.

Locations and Leadership:

Harmony (EC) – Andy Caspermeyer, Asst. Director

Heartland (EC) – Cassie Barnett, Asst. Director

Millbrooke (K-4th) – Liz Harrison, Director and Laurie Diaz, Asst. Director

Summit Trail (5th-Age 21) – Jennifer Noteboom, Director and Jacob Wolf, Asst. Director

ESY Program Coordinator: Heidi Schneider

ESY Program Administrator: Deb Chappell

Dates and Times:

June 7th through July 1st (Monday – Thursday only. No school on Fridays.)

Early Childhood: 8:30-11:30 AM

Elementary (K – 4): 8:30-11:45 AM

Secondary (5 – Age 21): 7:45 – 11:00 AM

Staff wanting to work ESY:

Certified Staff: Contact Sheryl South (

Classified Staff: Contact Debbie Pflumm (

From Graphics Communication

Please share this information with your building... - Erica Derrington **NEW**

Second semester is in full swing and we ask that you plan ahead with your Graphic Communications print needs. Graphic Communications has seen an increase in ASAP requests in the past few years, which makes it challenging to balance work load and accurately set due dates. Take a look at this information for more information!

1/23 email (snow day info continued)

I’m passing on additional guidance should we have a snow day…all this talk, it’s almost as if there’s snow in the forecast or something :)

  • Long-term subs will work on a remote snow days and be paid as normal
  • Daily subs will not work on snow days
  • If a teacher needs to be off and therefore needs a daily sub, Rick and Andrea will need to be notified and sub plans still need to be made like any other day of absence
    • If a “sub” is needed, the following options will be considered…
      • Students could join another teacher’s class Zoom—similar to combining classes in person if we were short subs
      • Another teacher could help cover—we would utilize our ISS/supervisory coverage plan first, and work from there
      • As a last resort, and only after working with admin, asynch work can be provided. This option should not be the initial plan and is only used after working with Rick.
    • Anyone not working will be charged leave (personal, sick, etc.)
    • Teachers who cover classes on their personal plan will receive the same teacher coverage rate they’d receive in person
    • If students will be joining in with another class as part of a coverage situation, a plan to share the link with students will need to be made.
  • Teachers—send Zoom links to paras
  • Paras have devices checked out to work from home
    • Same leave rules apply for paras who are unable to work
    • Paras should communicate directly with Krista and supervising teacher if unable to work on a snow day
  • Custodians and kitchen staff will receive direction from building and/or district personnel regarding snow day status

I know this is a lot of options and what-ifs. Please reach out to me if you have questions.

Have a great Sunday!


Inclement Weather (1/22 email)


Below are details regarding inclement weather procedures. Be reminded to bring your device home daily in the event we have a snow day.

  • Both remote and in-person students will follow the attached half day bell schedule.
  • All in-person middle school students will check into their Cat time at 7:50am. Remote students will begin following the schedule 1st hour.
  • In-person students that were scheduled to be on-site that day will then follow attached schedule from 7:50 a.m. to 11:15, checking into each class. Those students will then engage in asynchronous learning for the remainder of the school day.
  • In-person students that were scheduled off-site that day will continue with their asynchronous class as scheduled, after checking in with their academic extension class at 7:50am.
  • Staff will teach and work from home.

Should the weather be especially extreme, the district may call an inclement weather shut down with no school for students. Students would not be required to log into remote learning on this day. This will be clearly designated.

  • When school is open again, middle school students will follow the published calendar, sticking to the same A/B attendance day.

This info will be shared with parents later today as well. Let me know if you have questions.

Happy RED Friday!


Snow Day Reminders

Dear Parents,

In follow up to the inclement weather email from the district (below) is the bell schedule middle schools will operate on in an “inclement weather remote learning day”. A few key notes from the email:

• Both remote and in-person students will follow the half day schedule
• Both remote and in-person students will check in each hour via Zoom
• Remote learning students do not check into Cat Time.
• Inclement weather may result in a “traditional snow day” where students
are not expected to log in or attend class
• Communication of many forms will announce any day impacted by
inclement weather

Time Period
Cat: 7:50-7:59 AcExt (in-person students only)
1st: 8:03-8:27
2nd: 8:31-8:55
3rd: 8:59-9:23
4th: 9:27-9:51
5th: 9:55-10:19
6th: 10:23-10:47
7th: 10:51-11:15

Making Online Discussions Meaningful

This link will take you to a digital file of what is pictured below. Thank you, Mindy Roberts, for your time with us last week!

From the AIM: Self Care Assessment

This year, self-care is more important than ever. In order to be at your best for students, you must take care of yourself. This Self-Care Assessment will help you evaluate how well you are taking care of yourself and provide a template for a self-care plan in case better self-care is needed. In addition, many resources are listed on this assessment. Have a relaxing, self-care-filled holiday!

Team and PLC time--Review the Info Below


Learning Services Homepage

Lots of information--curriculum, power standards, PD, technology, etc.


Teachers: please ensure you have emergency sub plans ready for remote learning. In addition, please take your laptop home each night and anything else you may need to work from home—especially as we get into the colder part of the year.

Review of Expectations

As we begin a new semester, review of expectations is good practice any year, but especially so this year. Aside from classroom procedural and behavioral info, please review the following with students this week...

  • Digital Citizenship: Team teachers should take the content originally delivered in the first week of school and provide a short review for all students (teachers can take the content they originally taught
  • Expectations on "home" hybrid days
  • Review: turning in assignments, locating assignments, how best to advocate for themselves
  • Lunchroom seating will be the same, but new seats will be assigned due to returning students--please emphasize the importance of sitting on the powercat sticker for distancing

Other considerations

  • Breakfast in your classroom
  • Classroom expectations
  • Wearing masks
  • Cat Time Expectations (reminder: Cat classrooms available at 7:30am)
  • Review with students what worked, what didn't. Help them reflect on the first semester to promote improvement in the second semester.

Reminder: OPS Assurances for Online Learning

Review these Olathe Public Schools Assurances for Systemwide Online Learning:
  • Content instruction/delivery should be easily understood without teacher direction.

  • Directions are simple and clear for the end user (e.g., families, caregivers, students) on my LMS. Think Step 1, Step 2, etc….

  • Synergy LMS is the starting place for students and families to access all content. This would include linking simple/clear instructions if I ask students to open apps/websites/tools such as a Google Slide, Seesaw, Google Classroom, or Nearpod.

  • Weekly agendas are the first tab on my LMS to provide consistency for families/students.

  • Limit the number of technology tools I am using with students to provide a consistent experience for everyone. Each time you introduce a new tool it requires new learning for students/families/caregivers.

If you would like to receive a copy of a simple LMS that meets the requirements above, please fill out this form.


Looking for engaging activities that work in a variety of learning environments? Check out this Super Six strategy list! These six strategies can be done in an in-person environment, a socially distanced environment, or remotely!

Reminder: Zoom Safety!

Zoom Host MUST:
  1. DO NOT USE ADMIT ALL, I know it may take some time to admit students individually, it is truly the only way to ensure they are students in your class.
  2. Make sure students entering your classroom are on your roster for that hour, if they are not and you think your student maybe using a different device, you can chat them in the waiting room.

Here is a zoom safety video that walks you through different settings you can set for your remote learners. PLEASE double check your settings so we are as secure as possible.

The district has created a Zoom page on Ozone, with lots of different helpful tips when setting up your zoom meetings.

Thanks for being amazing,

Rebecca Reyes

Resources for Teachers

Providing support for our staff is of the utmost importance. Below you will find engagement strategies to support staff whether we are in-person or in systemwide online learning models.

According to John Hattie's research, structured discussion strategies have a .82 effect size. The strategies outlined below align with our district improvement goals and have a significant influence on student achievement. Furthermore, they provide practice with social skills that help support our BSEL (behavior social emotional learning) goals.

Hattie defines = 0.40 to be the hinge point, an effect size at which an initiative can be said to be having a "...greater than average influence’ on achievement.” In his work, Visible Learning, Hattie argues that “expert teachers are not wedded to specific ideas but instead focus regularly on evaluating the effects they have on their students and adjust teaching methods accordingly.”

(pulled from Olathe's Learning Services website)

IMPORTANT: Covid Reminder


In light of covid related letters sent out to staff and families yesterday, please be reminded of how a direct exposure is defined:

· No mask

· Less than 6' apart

· More than 10 minutes

Our biggest risk occurs during lunch when masks are off and eating together. If you are eating lunch with someone, please do so distanced so as not to create a situation where a direct exposure could occur. We have spaced our students in the lunchroom to limit possible exposures for this reason and we need to ensure we do the same as a staff to reduce risk of spread, exposures, and need to quarantine.

In addition, Nurse Ross is working with all student-releated Covid issues and maintains frequent contact with families and the county health department. I work with staff-releated Covid issues along with HR. Please direct your student concerns to Jenn and staff concerns to me.

Let me know if you have questions. Thank you for your attention to this matter.


PLEASE READ: Zoom Safety


While I know that zoom is mostly behind us as we move into hybrid, we still have a majority of our staff that will have remote students for the remainder of the semester. With that being said, I cannot emphasize enough how important it is that you are following some basic zoom safety protocol to ensure we keep a safe and secure online learning environment for all.

Zoom Host MUST:

  1. DO NOT USE ADMIT ALL, I know it may take some time to admit students individually, it is truly the only way to ensure they are students in your class.
  2. Make sure students entering your classroom are on your roster for that hour, if they are not and you think your student maybe using a different device, you can chat them in the waiting room.

Here is a zoom safety video that walks you through different settings you can set for your remote learners. PLEASE double check your settings so we are as secure as possible.

The district has created a Zoom page on Ozone, with lots of different helpful tips when setting up your zoom meetings.

Thanks for being amazing,

Rebecca Reyes

Wedneday Cleanings and Available Planners

Spray cleaning will become a regular thing on Wednesdays. Please clean off desks/counter tops.

Also, we have a bunch of student planners if in the lounge if they need any for students.

Zoom through TeacherVUE

Based on feedback, we made the Nearpod below to walk certified teachers through:

1) How to launch Zoom through TeacherVUE with the auto populate option.

2) Security features that are available when using the Zoom through TeacherVUE (e.g., waiting room, mute all students, lock room, rename students, etc...).

3) Engagement features that are available for teachers (e.g., polling, whiteboard, share screen with annotation tools, etc...).


Join Code: VELKZ

Please let us know if you have any questions are in need of any other support!

Best Wishes,

Andrea Paulakovich

Director for Learning Services

Olathe Public Schools

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (Please Read)

This link will provide info about our EAP. Please read through to be familiar with services and supports available to all of us. Below is part of the information included at the link HERE.

Please reach out if we can be of any support.



Life can be tough. When your responsibilities start to feel overwhelming and showing up each day with a smile on your face seems difficult, it's important to reach out for help. You can lean on your free and confidential New Directions Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for support.

  • New Directions EAP can help you or anyone in your household:

    • Receive care after a traumatic event or diagnosis
    • Make healthy lifestyle choices
    • Be more present and productive at work.
    • Be a caring, loving friend and family member.
    • Receive support when you don't feel like yourself
    • Get help with responsibilities that are distracting and stressful
    • Grow personal and career skills
    • Consultations on finances or legal needs

  • Counseling services are available 24/7, even on holidays. Sessions can be in person, over the phone, or through texting.

  • Support Line - 1-800-624-5544

    Mobile App - Search for new Directions EAP

    Website - Log in using our company code: Olathe Schools

    These services are free of charge and completely confidential even from Olathe Public Schools.

There's also a service called "TalkSpace" where staff can text with a counselor and receive "text therapy".

Talk Space

Zoom Outages

Your problem solving through last week’s Zoom outage was much appreciated! If you haven’t already, please establish some norms with your students on what they could or should do if something like this occurs again. So much of our technology is integrated so it’s not always a simple fix, but if they had a couple troubleshooting tips at the ready it may help make that a little less stressful for them. Some thoughts on if Zoom is down again…

  1. Students check email for a communication from teachers with info/direction
  2. Students default to their classroom page (google classroom, etc.) to begin reviewing or completing work
  3. Do students know how to access email outside of ClassLink in case it too is down?

Just some thoughts—any other tips? Send this way and/or to staff—it takes a village!

Synergy updates

Here are today’s Synergy updates, plus one on Nearpod:

  • All students need to make sure they are logging in through ClassLink and then clicking on StudentVUE.
  • If you are experiencing challenges with submissions for assignments using Synergy Dropbox and/or Google Submissions, please know that technology is aware of this and is currently working with engineers at Synergy to get this resolved ASAP.
  • If you receive a spinning window when trying to delete in the Course Content window, unpublish the assignment for the time being. This has been reported to Synergy and they have escalated this be resolved ASAP.
  • The FAQ about Synergy for Teachers is being updated daily and you will find an UPDATE ON and the date when new information is added. Also, staff can quickly search the document for their answer by using the directions below:

You can click “CTRL F” on an HP or “COMMAND F” on a Mac and search the

document by a keyword.

  • Some students are unable to select SM1 courses in the LMS drop down box. This is actively being worked on by Synergy.
  • Over the weekend, an enhancement will be added to the Zoom feature in Synergy that will allow more flexibility to start classes earlier and to utilize the reoccurring Zoom link feature.
  • Nearpod--Some of you may have experienced challenges with Nearpod today. They had nation-wide outages. We believe this is fixed.

Remote Classroom Best Practices


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Working with Sub-Services

Good morning,

We all want a smooth transition when a teacher is absent, so below is a review of the expectations of the substitute teacher/nurse so you are aware and can do your part in the process. I have also included some things you can do to help the day go smoothly with a substitute teacher. If you are a staff member that does not require a substitute teacher/nurse then you may disregard this email.

When a Substitutes accepts a job in Absence Management:

Substitute teachers/nurses will expect to find lesson plans for classes for the day here. It is important that teachers use Absence Management for lesson plans so the substitute can review expectations prior to arriving at the school when possible. Some staff may prefer Synergy, but just be aware that the substitute cannot see those lesson plans until they arrive at the school. The link for all zoom sessions will be in Synergy. I have attached a guide for using Absence Management for those that require a substitute.

When Substitutes Teachers arrive at school:

Substitute teachers will check in at the office and get the password to access Synergy for the day. Technology will be checked out to them, and they will work at the teachers desk.

They will open Synergy and Absence Management, making sure they have read all lesson plans, reviewed any student health concerns, and find links needed for online classes/groups.

A few things teachers can do to help the day go smoothly:

· Leave lesson plans in Absence Management.

· Enter the job in Absence Management as soon as you can. If having trouble entering a job in the morning, please call the Staffing Support Team at 780-8268. It is not best practice to leave a message at the school for the secretary to handle when they arrive- by that time it may be difficult to fill the job. The Staffing Support Team is available from 6:00-5:00 each day.

· Log into Absence Management now, before you need a substitute, to ensure you have no trouble accessing the program. Please check that your school and subject are correctly listed. Trouble? Email Shelly:

· At the high school level, please add your assigned parking space number to the notes for a full day absence when possible.

· Everyone should have at least one person listed on their preferred substitute list to ensure the jobs fill as quickly as possible. Also, if you click the heart beside their name, it will email them when a job is entered for you. If you need a name, you can ask your building secretary or the Staffing Support Team. If you do not have at least one name listed, the program will do nothing for the first 15% of time the job is posted for you.

· If you have a specific substitute you want to get a job, please take all other preferred substitutes off of your list before entering a job. After the substitute has accepted the job, you can add your other preferred substitutes back on. If you do not do this, anyone listed on your list has an equal opportunity to take the job, not matter what number they are on your preferred list.

· Please be mindful of what you leave in the notes and lesson plans. If you say negative things about your class, leave tedious lesson plans, or ask for a specific qualification then substitutes may not want to take your job. (examples to avoid: this class is tough on substitutes so expect to call the office; lesson plans that are 10 pages long; Spanish speaking substitutes only)

· If there is a staff member that would be the best to contact if they are having trouble, listing them is nice.

Thank you for taking time to read through all of this. If you have any questions you can email me at, or call me at 780-8268.


Important Links to Bookmark

Comprehensive Return to Learn Plan (especially scan for your content/class)

The link below continues to be updated. Because this is a document with frequent updates, I suggest you save the link rather than print. This document covers all details about our return to learning, but again, continues to be update. Please bookmark this link and save for future reference and most up-to-date info.

District FAQ

The district FAQ section has also been updated:

Message from district

Furniture- furniture, including soft and flexible seating, does not need to be relocated, moved to storage, taken home, purchased, etc. in order to achieve social distancing. Masking is our primary protection against the spread of COVID. Disinfecting protocols are in place to combat the transferability of COVID from furniture. Furniture may be moved around within instructional spaces to obtain the maximum possible social distancing, but removal of furniture is not necessary. Staff members choosing to remove personal items from the classroom should plan to take items off site. The district is not equipped to store personal, furniture items belonging to staff.

Countertop Dishwashers and Other Sanitizing Equipment- individual buildings and/or teachers are not to purchase such items. The district will provide any equipment identified as necessary for disinfecting.

HEPA Filters- steps have been taken to upgrade our HVAC filtering system to higher MERV ratings across all of our systems. Additional HEPA devices are not to be purchased or allowed in the building. Doing so is not necessary if all other protocols (ex. masking) are followed.

Barriers- staff and students are not to bring their own barriers to school, whether fixed or portable. Each staff member will be provided both a mask and a face shield. While use of the face shield over the mask is optional, the combined use of this personal protective equipment provides a greater barrier than Plexiglas or portable plastic barriers. Barriers still allow the release of aerosol particles into the air. In addition, if not properly and frequently disinfected, such barriers are more harmful than helpful.

Synergy Items

If you are receiving a message that says, "reached quota" when trying to create a YouTube video in Synergy, please know Technology is working with YouTube to update our quota. Until this is updated, you will see a message that is red and says "reached quota."


· Just a reminder that you can find resources to support you with Synergy on the Learning Services website under "Instructional Technology" and "Synergy." Here is a direct link:

· Questions we received regarding Synergy have been added to the Teacher's FAQ document. Here is a direct link:

· We created Pre-Made banners for the LMS Library if staff would like to use a resource that is already the correct size for the banner. Here is a direct link:

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Synergy Video Tutorials (for future reference)

Synergy Video Tutorials

(you may need to log into Google to view)

The videos linked above showcase the basic features and functions of Synergy. Staff will have to log in with their district Google Apps for Education account to view the videos.


Password: Network Password

Below is a screenshot of the page linked in this section.

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