When the district decided to invest in the future of Bend-La Pine education by bringing on a single, powerful Learning Management System for our middle and high schools, it was going to be a gradual process. We’d wade in slowly, Continue reading Canvas? Ready!
Picture this…you’re approaching the door to your house and you hear a sound and you become mildly concerned. You reach to open the door and find it locked, so you search for your keys. You hear the sound again and Continue reading Visual Storytelling
For most of us, a quick trip to the grocery store might be the biggest outing we’ve had lately. But Shari Nichols’s High Desert Middle School art students had a personalized tour of the Guggenheim in New York City last Continue reading Taking a Virtual Field Trip
Cascade Middle School art students, some living in motel rooms, others taking care of younger siblings while their parents work, know they can count on their teacher, Shannon Carroll, to keep bringing the joy, along with memorable art lessons. Shannon Continue reading The Art of Teaching
Brady Bedsworth’s TV Broadcasting students aren’t letting a little pandemic get in the way of their weekly productions. Featuring student-created segments, like cake-baking and movie reviews, the shows keep Summit’s Storm Cats engaged and connected. But the lip-sync challenge is Continue reading Summit Stays Connected
Shauna Johnson and Joy Teson, both history teachers at Mountain View High School, had big plans to have a living museum in their school library where their students could show off projects they made surrounding World War II. However, this Continue reading Switching Gears
Sue Wilhelm teaches art for grades K through 8 at Three Rivers Middle School. Last spring, she applied for an Education Foundation Classroom Impact Grant and received 15 Apple Pencil styluses to use with her students. Mrs. Wilhelm just completed Continue reading Traditional Drawing VS Digital Drawing
The students in Brenna Frost’s classroom recently changed up how they show what they know during reading time. That’s because 3rd-grade teacher, Brenna Frost has placed the graphic organizers from Wonders and any other work that she needs to monitor Continue reading 3rd Graders Dive Into Their Digital Readers Notebook