It's February already?!
Happy January Birthdays
Michael Benson - 1/8
Jennifer Goldman - 1/9
Jason Miranda - 1/10
Will Thompson - 1/17
Trash to Treasure
This teacher wants to have a video editing class, but no budget. We have some very old 6500's....for all intents and purposes, they are trash. To this teacher, it's treasure.
I have insufficient words with which to express my/our gratitude.
Thank you VERY much for the laptops, my kids are weepy with happiness, several of them came in after school to see them. We are thrilled. You have made it possible for our avenue of the academy to exist. You have effectively change the course of some of these kids’ lives by making their dream of becoming film makers a reality right now.
Wow and thank you!
Teresa Trail MPA, NBCT
Capitol Hill High School
Ms. Wagner's, Kaiser Elementary, laptop failed recently. The hard drive died and all her data was lost. Michael Benson tried reseating the drive while onsite but it still would not boot so it was brought into the shop.
Patrick Delaney then took over while the laptop was in the shop – diagnosed it as needing a replacement drive.
Long then ordered the parts, Patrick installed the new drive – imaged and setup the necessary software.
Long called user to inform her it was ready but just got voicemail.
Ms. Wagner called Jennifer Bohn at the Helpdesk pleading for us to please bring the laptop back to her as she was having a difficult time being without it.
Bryan Bloomer then offered to use part of his lunch period to drive over to the school and drop it off.
Michael Benson heard the call in an email to the Primary team and picked it up and took it back to the school for her.
The entire class made posters to thank us all for our magnificent work!
OKCPS Board Meeting
Monday, Feb. 1st, 5:30pm
900 North Klein Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK
Digital Learning Day
Wednesday, Feb. 17th, 9am
This is an online event.
Start with the WHY
Ask yourself WHY we do things, our tasks, our goals, our purpose.
Simon's book is available on Amazon.
Bio of the Week
Meet Jason Miranda, Network Engineer in Network Services
- Native West Philadelphian
- Started working at Oklahoma City Public Schools in 2004
- Married for 17 years..it’s been really tough for her
- Wife is a Yukon Elementary Librarian
- I live in Yukon
- Pittsburgh Steelers fan
- Raised by my Aunt and Uncle
- Co-created 2 children, Jadyn and Mason
- Graduated from Bel Air High School in 1988
- Hobbies include grilling out and fishing