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Saturday, February 18, 2006

PDWeb and Calendar Events

From all appearances, you are catching on well to how to use the PDWeb. (Note: Only certified personnel would need to be recording information here. Classified staff are not required to earn professional development credit hours.) Here are a few reminders on how we should be using the PDWeb site and what we should be able to see on it:

All of the professional development activities we had on Thursday and Friday were posted on PDWeb. Last week's post gave you instructions on how to sign up. You will get an e-mail reminder to do an evaluation for each one. Well, there really is not an evaluation to do. Just click on the link you see on in the e-mail. That will take you to what it thinks is an evaluation. You will something more than a blank screen and I button to click to submit your "evaluation." Once you have done that, you receive credit.

There are other professional development activities that are not posted on PDWeb. These activities would be the individual workshops that maybe only you attended. You can request creidt for these on PDWeb. You already have experience in doing this, because after the January 3 session, you entered everything you had done to this point in the year.

You can go to PDWeb and see all of the professional development you have received credit for this year. There is no guesswork about whether something got lost in the process.

If you had any problems signing up for a workshop or if you haven't received credit for something for any of your professional development, please let me know.

Next Week

  • Monday—Vision Screening for K and 2
  • Tuesday—Faculty Meeting
  • Wednesday—I will be in Montevallo
  • Thursday—Science Fair at Talladega College
  • Thursday—Kickoff cookie dough sale (1:30 in lunchroom)
  • Thursday—A representative from the Retirement System will be here to talk about the RSA-1 Deferred Compensation Plan and Flexible Benefits Plan. The meeting will begin at 2:50 in the library. Attendance is optional.
  • Thursday—Society of 1904 meeting in library (5:30)
  • Friday—Graham Shirts
  • Friday—Science Fair at Talladega College
  • Friday—Accelerated Reader Store
  • Friday—Recycling
  • Friday—Report Cards
  • Friday—Fire Drill
  • Saturday—Birmingham International Festival workshop (7:45 at Homewood Middle School)
Week After Next
  • Tuesday—Alabama Direct Assessment of Writing (5th Grade)
  • Wednesday—BLT
  • Thursday—Read Across America Day

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