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    2. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 15o principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. Participation in the technical trial was offered to members of the Guiding Coalition who were operating in the managed environment (MOE). Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 15o principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. Participation in the technical trial was offered to members of the Guiding Coalition who were operating in the managed environment (MOE).

    3. Guiding Coalition Schools The following slides: List the OneSchool Guiding Coalition members and the schools at which they currently are based in each region

    4. Central Queensland Allenstown State School – Trudy Graham Ambrose State School – Bev Brandis Andergrove State School - Peter Mandryk Bucasia State School – Belinda Eckford Capella State High School – Angela Collins Clermont State School – David Routh Emerald North State School – Jorgen Neilson Gladstone Central State School – Leanne Martin Gladstone State High School – Sally Thompson Hampden State School – Howard Frost Jericho State School – Fiona Clein Mackay State High School – Steve Paulger Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    5. Central Queensland Mackay North State High School – Shelley Lewis Marian State School – Daryl Argue Moranbah East State School – Chris Munro North Rockhampton State School – Judi Newman Parkhurst State School – Lyle Walker Sarina State High School – Bill Pickering Slade Point State School – Ken Nichols Tannum Sands State High School – Ray Johnston Taranganba State School - Peter Tanzer Ubobo State School – Margaret Pengelly Victoria Park State School – Laurie Shepherd Winton State School – Gregg Edmondson Yeppoon State High School – Ian Boon

    6. Darling Downs-South West Centenary Heights State High School – Maryanne Walsh Charleville State High School – Tracy Tully Chinchilla State High School – Brett Bowman Chinchilla State High School – Judy Guzzwell Cloyna State School – Anthony Meikle Dalby South State School – David Kucks Fairview Heights State School – Julie Raitelli Gatton State School – Geoffrey St Clair Goondiwindi State High School – Brett Hallett Greenlands State School – Andrew Helton Harristown State High School – Rod Prior Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    7. Darling Downs-South West Harristown State School – Pam Coyle Hatton Vale State School – Linda Trembath Kingaroy State School – Jason Wyeth Nanango State High School – Daryl Early Nanango State School – Lyal Giles Pozieres State School – Adrian Fenney Roma State College – Paul Williamson Stanthorpe State High School – Brett Morgan Wondai State School – Ruth Miller Yuleba State School – Jo Bryant

    8. Far North Queensland Atherton State High School – Tony Whybird Atherton State School – Chris Honan Bentley Park College – Darryl Exelby Bentley Park College – Tim Black Caravonica State School – Elaine Elms Edge Hill State School – Paul Campbell Gordonvale State High School - Catherine Macdonald Gordonvale State School - Bruce Houghton Malanda State School – Lloyd Perkins Smithfield State High School – Bruce More Tully State High School - Robin Sprott Western Cape College Weipa – Leon Proud Wonga Beach State School – Michelle Davis Woree State School - Stephen Bell Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    9. Metropolitan Aspley State School - Andrew Duncan Bracken Ridge State High School – David Friis Brassall State School – Peter Doyle Bremer State High School – Steve Henderson Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre – Mike Hobbs Camira State School – Gillian Croaker Camp Hill Infants and Primary School – Debbie Driver Claremont Special School – Kathy Beaumont Coominya State School – Mark Gibson Coopers Plains State School – Wendy Neal Corinda State School – Rod Iffinger Fig Tree Pocket State School – Russell Denman Geebung State School – Jayne Buchanan Grand Avenue State School – Graham Fuller Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    10. Metropolitan Ipswich State High School – Simon Riley Jamboree Heights State School – Angela Wilson Karalee State School – Bill Freeman Kenmore State High School – Wade Haynes McDowall State School – Bruce Fogarty MacGregor State High School – Karyn Hart Mount Crosby State School - Susan Phillips Mount Gravatt State High School – Scot Steinhardt Mount Gravatt Special School – Terry Forster Payne Road State School – Rob Deen Taigum State School – Mark Fisher Wavell State High School – Jeffrey Major Woodcrest College – Anne Tomley Woodcrest College – Dallas Miller

    11. North Coast Aldridge State School – Ross Higgins Barambah Environmental Education Centre – Mark Cridland Beachmere State School – Fay Bond Bounty Boulevard – Leanne Griffith-Baker Bundaberg Central State School – Chris Riggs Caboolture State High School – Norm Fuller Caloundra State School – Neil Jenkins Clontarf Beach State High School – John Bray Coolum State School - Tasmin Summers Deception Bay North State School – Del Latemore Deception Bay State High School – Jim Box Eumundi State School – Mick Connors Gin Gin State School - Darren Wallwork Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    12. North Coast Gympie South State School – Doug Wilson James Nash State High School – Darrin Edwards Kawana Waters State College – John Lockhart Kawungan Special Education Unit – Julie Gleeson Morayfield East State School – Anthony Cox Morayfield East State School – Brian Gray Mount Samson State School – Peter Lewis Mountain Creek State School – Glenn McGowan Noosaville State School – Rob Van Den Heuvel Palmwoods State School – Peter Wilson Talara Primary College – Steve Adams Walkervale State School – Michael Fay Woody Point Special School - Jan Baildon

    13. North Queensland Annandale State School – Kerry Finn Barkly Highway State School - Luke Baills Bohlevale State School – Loretta Swayn Boulia State School – Dale Wolfenden Bowen State High School – Graham Trevenen Cannonvale State School – Leigh Robinson Heatley State School – Louise Wilkinson Kirwan State High School – John Livingston Millchester State School – Mark Brady Northern Beaches State High School - David Morris Richmond State School - Patric Brady Richmond Hill State School – Paul Pickering Spinifex State College – Phil Sweeney The Willows State School – Anne-Marie Day Thuringowa State School – Frank Greene Victoria Plantation State School - Wayne Fletcher Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    14. South East Bayview State School – Peter Black Beechmont State School – David Murphy Beenleigh State High School – Matt O’Hanlon Cleveland State School – Judy Dale Coombabah State School – John Hockings Coomera Springs State School – Michael Ennis Harrisville State School – Chris Muir Helensvale State High School – Ed Manley Labrador State School – Brian Ragh Logan Reserve State School – Penny Eising Mabel Park State High School – Michael O’Connor Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.) Members of the Guiding Coalition in your region, can be contacted for further information on the OneSchool project and OneSchool releases. Those schools in green accepted an offer to participate in the pilot of Release Two in Term Two 2009. Guiding Coalition is the term used to describe the 150 principals who were nominated by their regional offices to attend the ICTs Leaders’ Conference at the Gold Coast in April 2006. The selection of these principals and heads of department was based on several criteria including location, ICT readiness, enrolment and to ensure a mix of primary, secondary and P-12 schools. Ten ICTs leaders were chosen from each region plus eight other invited leaders. The Guiding Coalition is a key component in the change management processes for the implementation of OneSchool. (Please be aware that as Members of the Guiding Coalition transfer to other schools, they may not be in your region anymore. This list was current at time of publishing.)

    15. South East Merrimac State High School – Chris Tobin Mudgeeraba Special School – Colleen Hope Palm Beach-Currumbin State High School - Stephen Loggie Redland District Special School – Jenny Hart Robina State High School – Ross Smith Varsity State College – Jeff Davis Veresdale Scrub State School – Pam Ryan Windaroo Valley State High School – Katie Louwrens Worongary State School – Terry Cornish

    16. For more Information OneSchool website http://education.qld.gov.au/oneschool/ Email - OneSchoolProject@deta.qld.gov.au There a number of ways to source information about OneSchool. The EdInfo intranet site. Within the Smart Classroom pages of the Education Queensland internet site. Email OneSchool or directly contact the OneSchool Concierge for your region. Every month a new podcast is added to our website. These podcasts provide further information and updates about OneSchool. We encourage all Education Queensland staff to check the OneSchool website for new podcasts. There a number of ways to source information about OneSchool. The EdInfo intranet site. Within the Smart Classroom pages of the Education Queensland internet site. Email OneSchool or directly contact the OneSchool Concierge for your region. Every month a new podcast is added to our website. These podcasts provide further information and updates about OneSchool. We encourage all Education Queensland staff to check the OneSchool website for new podcasts.