April is here and the wonderful time of the year of testing. Unfortunately, we no longer use bubble tests and use the computers for assessments. That means the computer lab will be closed for a couple of weeks during the month. I will be used to make sure all the computers are working like they should. Sadly, this means no technology classes during those two weeks. During the rest of the month, we will be covering digital citizenship in Grades 2-5 and basic word processing/early keyboarding in Grades K-1. Have a great month!
I'm using a new website in the computer lab this year. It is a work in progress. Here is the link: http://klausmeyer.weebly.com/. This is the website I have used in the past. It has some good keyboarding sites on it and some other things we have used. I will no longer be updating it. mrskstechconnections.wikispaces.com
I am excited to be teaching for my 10th year at St. Thomas. Once again, I will be working with your children in the computer lab and helping them learn about the changing world of technology.
I have been married to my best friend, Steve, for over 25 years. We have five children: William, Emma, Mary, Abigail and Isaac. Steve is an engineer at Textron. William is a programmer for Network Technology Solutions. Emma is a senior and Mary is a sophomore at Kapaun. Abigail and Isaac are at St. Thomas this year. Besides being mom, I volunteer as a 4-H leader, registration chair for the Midwest Catholic Family Conference, and as chief cheerleader for my kids and their activities.