|May 17, 2013 |
The Wyoming Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction has been asked to write a report on the status of all schools in the state. As part of this report they are collecting input from educators, parents and the community. You thoughts and feedback are essential to this process and could be extremely helpful to the development of future educational policy. Please take a few minutes to respond.
Below are links to the three different surveys: Educator, Parent, and Community Member. Please fill out the survey(s) most applicable to you.
Laramie County School District Number One is incorporating technology into our classrooms, by partnering with Atomic Learning, an online resource for software training. It’s available to our staff, students – and their families – in school and at home - 24/7 - throughout the school year.
Atomic Learning’s just-in-time approach to software training focuses on answering the common questions you have when learning and using software. Need to know how to cut and paste in Word? Is your child making a PowerPoint presentation and looking for help? Need to type a formula in Microsoft Excel? Go to the site, type in your question, and watch a narrated movie that shows you step by step how to accomplish the task.
Atomic Learning library features more than 14,000 tutorial movies on over 75 of the most common software applications. An average of 300 movies is added every month.
Laramie County School District Number One is dedicated to providing the highest quality technology resources available. “Just ask AL”
Click here to Login to Atomic Learning
The Login & Password for parents are available from your school office. Staff and Students login using their LCSD1 username and password. The license agreement for Laramie County School District Number One (lcsd1) includes lcsd1 students, staff, and parents.