Due to a scheduling conflict, the iCloud, Google Apps, Office 365 class that was originally scheduled for Wednesday, July, 15, 2015 has been moved to Monday, July, 20th. Check your district email.
As part of the campaign to reduce "Summer Slide" with myON, we are providing information foraccessing the MyON platform. MYON can be accessed on a PC or Mac and mobile devices such as the iPad and Android tablets. Many families have purchased computers from the district through the Computer for Kids Program and have signed up for Internet service through the Comcast Internet Essentials Program.
To access myON on your PC or Mac, go HERE
You will need to login to register. You can use the Login Module above or next to the List of classes when you click on June/July Classes as shown in the example below. Make sure the email that is presented when you book the course is the correct email, or you will not receive a comfirmation email.
The Department of Instructional technology has completed the 2nd Phase of the 1:1 Rollout. This year we rolled out 2000 devices to 4th & 5th grade students in 12 schools in the district. The entire process involved professional development with the staff on the device, a meeting with the parents and a deployment to the students. The device chosen for this round was the Dell 11 Chromebook. We are currently finalizing plans to complete the rollout in the 2015- 2016 school year. The schools included in this round were:
- Booker Elementary
- Geyer Springs Gifted and Talented
- Forest Heights STEM
- McDermott Elementary
- Fulbright Elementary
- Dodd Elementary
- Wakefield Elementary
- Pulaski Heights Elementary
- Terry Elementary
- Carver Elementary
- Jefferson Elementary
- Williams Elementary
If you are using Windows Xp and trying to access Edline with Internet Explorer, this document will show you how to handle it.
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