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Resources & Tips from EPSD9dot

The EPSD9 Department of Technology

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The order for new teacher iPad cases goes in March 17.

Have you visited the iPad case petting zoo? Your principal has been invited to bring the petting zoo to your school so that you can test out a variety of iPad cases and vote for your preference. It's already traveled to WMMS, EPMS, TRE, and ERE! The petting zoo will also be available at Tech After Hours on March 2 and 16th.


Teachers will be trading in their 6th Gen iPads (and Logitech keyboard case) for the 7th Gen model later this year. The 7th generation is slightly larger and requires a new case. Anyone not completing the survey will be given a standardized case, so MAKE SURE YOU COMPLETE THE SURVEY! We will be placing orders for covers following After Hours on March 16th.

Celebrating Digital Learning Day? Let us know!

Thursday, February 27th is the 9th year of celebrating Digital Learning nationwide! It's time Eagle Point Schools put ourselves on the map! This year's theme even seems to be designed just for us... Innovate! Every Classroom, Every Day.


Make plans to participate! If you could use some inspiration, see what others have done over the years by visiting https://digitallearningday.org/activities-and-ideas/. Jason Clark is also available for collaboration.


AND make sure to let Michelle know if you are doing something so that she can stop in and see you and your scholars in action!

We've added Rapid Identity to the Toolbox!

Our EdTech Professional Learning Site-We Call it the Toolbox is a work in progress, but we invite you to visit and leave us feedback so that we can develop a resource that meets your needs. https://sites.google.com/eaglepnt.k12.or.us/edtech/home

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Our webpage has a section called EPSD9dot Updates where you can see what issues we are currently aware of system-wide and are addressing.

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