Tami and Howard
I really appreciate the help of Tami and Howard on the IT thank you day at Classen? They were awesome especially Tami in helping with the google classroom. Great team of people connected to IT.
Principal Schroeder giving a shout out to Neal on his quick actions to get a site unblocked. What's funny is that this is a 'district curriculum' and this is the first time that someone has shined a light on the block. hmmmm, are schools not using district supplied digital curriculum???
While Neal was here, we learned that teachers were blocked from studies weekly social studies curriculum online. He immediately sat down and started working the problem! It's done!!
Thanks for everything you did yesterday!
We really appreciate all you do for PRE and testing!
Pat Elam, Ph.D.
From CS Weekly Status Update:
(Cloud Enabled Management) CEM is finally configure for all staff laptops… Big thanks to Randy, Paul, Thao, and Heath for each of their contributions
STAR Assessments - Secondary
Monday, Nov. 9th, 8am to Friday, Nov. 20th, 4:30pm
This is an online event.
IT Leadership - DATE CHANGE
Friday, Nov. 20th, 9am
1134 Northwest 8th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
Friday, Nov. 20th, 11am-1pm
900 North Klein Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK
The annual Central Office potluck is scheduled for Friday November 20, 2015 at 11:00am – 1:00pm in the Cafeteria. This is an opportunity to fellowship with staff members and celebrate the end of the United Way Campaign! The District’s leadership team will purchase the turkey and dressing for the staff, IT/PRE are asked to bring drinks, ice (soda, water, tea etc.) (Isn't there an ice machine in the cafeteria?
Please use the below Google form to sign up for items you will bring. Thank you in advance for participating in this luncheon.
On the day of the luncheon please drop off items in the Cafeteria starting at 10:15 am – a Communications Office staff member will be on hand to check in the items and prepare for the luncheon.
If you have questions, please call Deisy Escalera (405.587.0275) or stop by the Communications Office.
Blended Learning Task Force
An oldie but a goodie. It was made in 2011 at the advent of the blended learning concept. Basics are still relevant though.