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New Chapter & Welcome

It has not been made official yet, but I'm working on getting a leg up on what should be rubber stamped next week. This school year I will be starting a new chapter in my educational career by taking up the roll as the technology integrator for Bonny Eagle High School and Middle School. It will certainly be a big change from the past 7.5 years when I have been the graphics teacher at the high school. But I am so excited to get started and am really looking forward to it.

I will be using this blog as a way to share information about integrating technology in to your classroom at Bonny Eagle. I will post notes from my workshops, passing along information about PD opportunities available to you outside of school, and just about anything else that is relevant. There are a lot of exciting changes coming to our district this year and this is just one of them.

I look forward to getting to know the staff at both schools soon.

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