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The tutorials on this webpage should assist CCPS staff members with copying files from their H: Drive to their CCPS Google Drive.

If you're on a Windows 10 computer, you can successfully copy files from your H: Drive to your Google Drive using either Method #1 OR Method #2 below.  You do not need to complete both Methods.  (Those using Windows 7 computers should also use either Method #1 or #2... you may find some minor differences, so please submit a Help Desk if you get stuck.)

If you're going to use a Mac computer, then you should use Method #3.
 
Method #1 - Copying files over using the Web (Internet) version of Google Drive - Windows 10
Click here for a PDF with steps and screenshots
Click here for a 2-minute video that has the same information as the PDF
 
Method #2 - Copying files over using Google Drive File Stream - Windows 10
Click here for a Google Slides presentation with steps and screenshots
Click here for a 3-minute video that has the same information as the Google Slides presentation
Click here if you don't see Google Drive File Stream on your computer at all
 
Method #3 - Copying files over on a Mac computer
Click here for a PDF with steps and screenshots
Click here for a 1-minute video that has the same information as the PDF
 
If you find that you still have questions after viewing the relevant tutorials above, remember that you can also submit a Help Desk ticket for assistance... please select the "H:Drive to Google Drive" category

 

Lady Flyers Connect Students with STEM

Sydney P.
George Rogers Clark High School STLP
Blogger Corps DPOJ Project

 Lady Flyers STLP

 

At Franklin County High School, a group of students had an idea along with a goal to reach out to younger girls in their school system. The STLP group knew that getting girls involved in technology is important.  The group decided to use STEM: science, technology, engineering, and math concepts to teach younger girls. To find interested girls, they used social media to reach out to girls, ages 3 to 8. The STLP groups decided to create a day where the young girls would come to Franklin County High School and learn.  On “Lady Flyers Day, “ the students participated in four stations that represented each of the STEM categories. The young girls were divided into four groups which traveled to each of the four stations.

The science station involved creating a volcano to learn about chemical reactions. The technology stations used Spheros and Ozobots to begin learning coding to move the robots.  The station for engineering was making paper airplanes and then testing them to see which design flew the furthest. Finally, the math station allowed the girls to play Jenga as they correctly answered basic math questions. The future plans of this group include hosting the girls back again with even more to learn in STEM. This was a really fun time for the students involved, both young and older!

 

Title: The Outsiders

Student Name: Claire G. and Madison M.

Category: Book Trailer

Division: 6-8

Process:

Our first step was choosing the cast. We chose the cast based on their likeness to the characters in the book. Next, we wrote a script. Our next step was practicing each scene to make sure it was like the book. After that, we looked for the best app to edit the book trailer. Lastly, we added music, text, and the book citation.

Book Trailer Entry:

Click here to view the Book Trailer in MP4 Format

OR

Click here to view the Book Trailer in WEBM Format

OR

Click here to view the Book Trailer in MOV Format

(same video, different formats)

 

Title: A Wrinkle in Time

Student Name: Kennedy P.

Category: Book Trailer

Division: 6-8

Process:

I chose the book A Wrinkle in Time. I chose it because it has a lot of creative and colorful thinking in it and I thought it would be fun to reenact that. I started out by writing a script and picking people in my STLP class to be different characters. I started filming after I had the whole script and I filmed about one and a half scenes each day for like a week. Then I used the app iMovie to put all the videos together in one. It took about a day to edit the video and my finished product was a minute and 90 seconds. I cited my source using citationmachine.com at the end of my book trailer.

Book Trailer Entry:

Click here to view the Book Trailer in MP4 Format

OR

Click here to view the Book Trailer in WEBM Format

OR

Click here to view the Book Trailer in MOV Format

(same video, different formats)

2018 Clark County Board of Education Board Meetings - Dates, Times, Locations, and Files

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

MEETING FILES

January 2 6:00 PM Organizational Meeting & Board Team Training Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
January 16 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
January 23 (4th Tuesday) 6:30 PM (Draft Budget) Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
February 20 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
March 20 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
April 17 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
May 15 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
May 21 (changed from May 22) 6:30 PM (Tentative Budget) Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
June 19 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
July 17 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
August 16 - Special Meeting 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
August 21 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
September 11 - Special Meeting 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA
September 18 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
September 25 (4th Tuesday) 6:30 PM (Working Budget) Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
October 23 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
October 30 (5th Tuesday) 6:30 PM (Student Achievement Reports) Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
November 13 (2nd Tuesday) 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES
December 18 6:30 PM Central Office Board Room AGENDA || MEETING FILES