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Bye bye, OpenClass...

Bye Bye,



It feels like just yesterday we were trying to learn how to use OpenClass to do the PLP at the High School. How to do what we were able to do on Moodle, but on OpenClass. I'll admit, it brings back some bad memories for me! Well, I just wanted to give a reminder to any of our students who have files on OpenClass that it is being mothballed on Wednesday, April 15th (Tax Day!) and going bye bye. I doubt many teachers are using it, but the same goes for you, too.

If you are using it, I'm here to help you find a better home for your online classes! Google Classroom and Infinite Campus both offer awesome options and there are many others. So please get in touch if you are weeping about OpenClass' departure.

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