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The OneClay Digital Classroom Initiative begins today. This initiative helps you to engage in your child's education by providing one place to access your child's grades, assignments, and digital resources. The Digital Classroom Initiative empowers our students with three new and exciting ways to manage their learning: the OneClay Student Portal, the Focus Student Portal, and Google Apps for Education. If you have a child in grades 3-12, then their Google Apps for Education account is active today, unless you chose to opt out. For more information about this initiative, including how to access your child’s accounts, please visit our website at oneclay.net.
On Friday, October 23rd Argyle Elementary’s very own Cort Suarez was honored at the Jim Harbin Media Festival in Orlando, Florida. Cort, now a 1st grader, participated in the Jim Harbin video process with the help of Jessica Ayers, the technology teacher at Argyle Elementary. He created a News Feature, The Cort Report, where he interviewed safety patrols about the importance of their jobs on campus. The video took 1st place in the local regional competition in May. They were then sent to the state level competition for their category. The state awards were held in Orlando and recognized 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each category. Cort’s video was entered in the K-2 News Feature category where he came out with a 3rd place victory!! This is Argyle’s first state award and we are so proud of Cort and all of his hard work! To take third place in the entire state of Florida is a tremendous honor and we are very excited to see what he has in store for us this year! Congratulations Cort Suarez and Jessica Ayers! We are very proud of you!!
The School Board of Clay County is proud and excited to be launching our Digital Classroom Initiative, which includes the implementation of “Google Apps for Education.” Your student’s teachers will be using Google Apps for lessons, assignments, and communication. On October 26th, all students in grades 3-12 will have Google accounts that are managed by the School District of Clay County allowing students to create, collaborate, and store their work in a secure online environment that is available from any internet connected device 24/7. For more information about Google Apps for Education, please visit the Parent page of our website at oneclay.net.