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Tech Tips for Jan. 25-29

Hello, Blog Followers.
Needless to say, it has been pretty busy the past couple of weeks! So I'm keeping this week's tech tips fairly light.

If you missed my email yesterday, I am offering open office hours to assist folks with backing up on Friday from 7:30AM to Noon. In order to connect with me, you just need to stop by the coaches office hours on Google Meet. And, on that note, the 6-12 coaches have joined forces to have one Google Meet to help support any of our teachers with open office hours. At least one of us will aim to be in the Google Meet (nickname 6-12-coaches) every week day from 7:30AM to 2PM (unless we have another meeting). Let me know if you have any questions.



Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I am more than happy to help!

Sincerely, 
Susie Simmons

Technology Coach for Bonny Eagle Middle School & High School
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Google Certified Trainer  |  Google Certified Educator Level 2  |  Apple Teacher

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