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Presented to you by: Tim Gipe, Dr. Shirley DeCorte, Micky Herzog, Pam Reilly & Glen Bloemker. Community and Schools Coming Together - be a part of the experience. Agenda. Short classroom demonstration by Woodbury 2 nd Grade teacher, Pam Reilly and Principal, Dr. Shirley DeCorte

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Presented to you by tim gipe dr shirley decorte micky herzog pam reilly glen bloemker

Presented to you by:

Tim Gipe, Dr. Shirley DeCorte, Micky Herzog, Pam Reilly & Glen Bloemker

Community and Schools Coming Together - be a part of the experience


Agenda

Agenda

  • Short classroom demonstration by Woodbury 2nd Grade teacher, Pam Reilly and Principal, Dr. Shirley DeCorte

  • Edline parent portal access and demonstration by SMS Assistant Principal, Tim Gipe

  • Sandwich School District website access and demonstration by SHS Assistant Principal, Micky Herzog

  • Sandwich parent lunch portal & Web Store access and demonstration by Director of Technology, Glen Bloemker

  • Home Internet Security & Content Filtering Possibilities by Director of Technology, Glen Bloemker


Classroom technology demonstration

Classroom Technology Demonstration

  • Provided to you by Mrs. Pam Reilly, 2nd Grade Teacher and Principal Dr. Shirley DeCorte at WW Woodbury Elementary School.


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Classroom Technology Demonstration


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Classroom Technology Demonstration


Edline parent portal

Edline Parent Portal

  • Presented to you by SMS Assistant Principal, Tim Gipe


Edline parent portal1

Edline Parent Portal


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Edline Parent Portal


Sandwich cusd 430 district website

Sandwich CUSD 430 District Website

  • Presented to you by SHS Assistant Principal, Micky Herzog


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Sandwich CUSD 430 District Website


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Sandwich CUSD 430 District Website


Parent lunch portal payments

Parent Lunch Portal & Payments

  • Presented to you by Director of Technology, Glen Bloemker

  • Items of discussion

    • Lunch Debit Card website

    • Web Store website


Lunch debit card website

Lunch Debit Card website

  • What is it?

  • Where is it?

  • How to use it?


Lunch debit card website1

Lunch Debit Card website

  • Help?? How-To Document.


Lunch debit card website2

Lunch Debit Card website

  • Signing UP

  • Logging In

    • User ID – Email

    • Password


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Lunch Debit Card website

  • New Account?

  • Needed Info

    • Email Address

    • Parent Name

    • Child’s Student ID#

  • Your default password

    • your email address


Lunch debit card website4

Lunch Debit Card website

  • Initial Welcome Screen

  • Click on “General Maintenance” to proceed further


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Lunch Debit Card website

  • To change your password, click on ‘Change Password’

  • To proceed to your child’s account, click on ‘Internet Participants’

  • Click ‘Select’ next to your child’s name


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Lunch Debit Card website

  • For a purchase history report, input your date range here and click on ‘Submit’.

  • DO NOT use the ‘Internet Deposit’ There is the Web Store for that purpose.


Web store

Web Store

  • Web Store

    • Where & How


Web store1

Web Store

  • Click on your child’s school

    • Elementary is for grades PreK – 5th grade.


Web store2

Web Store

  • Click on Food Service for adding Lunch Monies.

  • You can pay registration fees as well.


Web store3

Web Store

  • Click on the Food Tray.


Web store4

Web Store

  • Fill in the boxes: Amount, Child’s last name & Child’s School ID number.

  • Click on Check Balance for balance info.

  • Click on Buy Now to add to your cart.


Community and schools coming together be a part of the experience

  • You can either:

    • Add monies for other children,

    • Start Over

    • Go to checkout

  • Verify your Totals.


Internet security at home

Internet Security at Home

  • Home internet security

  • Home internet content filtering


Home internet security

Home Internet Security?

  • How strong is your computer security at home?

    • Is your Antivirus current? Are your Microsoft updates being installed on a regular basis? Check these settings on your computer.

  • What about your internet security at your home?

    • How often do you change your online passwords? Should be quarterly or monthly.

    • Is your wireless router secured? Are you using the default router password rather than the one of your own? You want to use your own password.

    • Is your password something to do with you or something totally random? Most folks use something about themselves. Should use random.

    • Do you click on website links in an email from unknown email senders? Or even from known folks? Doing this can cause fraud and contain infections.


Home content filtering

Home Content Filtering?

  • Do you know where your children have been on the internet? Which websites?

  • Does your child have social networking accounts such as Facebook & MySpace?

    • How much information have you put out on Facebook or Myspace or any other online account?

  • Do your children have access to inappropriate material for their age group?

  • You can and do have access for limiting exposure to inappropriate internet material and websites.


Home content filtering solutions

Home Content Filtering Solutions

  • Parents may consider installing a content filter on their home computers. These services can filter and/or monitor the Internet sites your children are visiting. While filters do not replace parental supervision, they may help parents keep their children safer on-line.

  • The following resources may be helpful for parents to explore:

    • OpenDNS - www.opendns.com (free) – content filtering for home computers/networks

    • K9 Web Protection - www.k9webprotection.com (free) – content filtering for home computers and mobile devices (recommended by The National Parenting Center and iParenting Media)

    • E-Blaster - http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/eBlaster_Windows/index.asp ($100) - monitoring solution for parents, also version for Blackberry and Android mobile devices (recommended by iParenting Media, Parry Aftab – WiredSafety.org, Dr. Justin Patchin – Cyber Bully expert)

    • Net Nanny - http://www.netnanny.com ($40) – content filtering for home computers (recommended by iParenting Media, Scholastic Administrator, PC Magazine)

    • bSecure – http://www.bsecure.com ($50) – content filtering for home computers and any other device on the home network such as video games, smartphones, etc.  Also has iPhone/iPad version available.  (recommended by iParenting Media, Focus on the Family, American Family Association)

    • PureSight – http://www.puresight.com ($60/yr) – pornography, cyberbullying and other offensive content protection (no recommendations)

    • For more information, we suggest reading a great article titled “5 Steps to a Family-Safe Internet” from Wired Magazine available at http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/one-geekdads-internet-filtering/.

    • This list has been provided for your convenience, but we do not officially endorse any of these products, nor do we offer tech support on home machines.


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