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Welcome Back Pumas!

Below is a link to the health metrics that are updated each Thursday from the Arizona Department of Health. These were updated this morning and are used by our administrative team and governing board when making decisions regarding when we will be able to offer on campus instruction. We appreciate your patience and partnership as we begin remote learning on Tuesday 8/18. 

https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/infectious-disease-epidemiology/index.php#novel-coronavirus-schools

Stay safe and be well Pumas we are excited to get back to learning next week!

PARENTS PLEASE SEE THE LINKS BELOW WITH SOME HELPFUL HINTS REGARDING GOOGLE CLASSROOM

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UmU6DH9WmXgqXLyDrjhqY3fwooFMmIdO/view?usp=drive_web

Below are a couple of  helpful videos on Google Classroom for Parents and Guardians:

 From: New EdTech Classroom, "How to Use Google Classroom for Parents":

https://youtu.be/IgS-hoSIjnw

 

Google Classroom Spanish Parent Tutorial:

https://youtu.be/ddfKI7sVGiA

PLEASE SEE THESE ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND INFORMATION FROM OUR LOCAL AWARD WINNING COPPER QUEEN LIBRARY

The Arizona Libraries Tech Access Phoneline (AZ LibTAP) is a team of library staff from 5 different libraries, supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. We provide free tech help over the phone, based on the National Digital Inclusion Alliance's Digital Navigators model: individuals who address the whole digital inclusion process — home connectivity, devices, and digital skills — through one-on-one support and repeated interactions if needed. Anyone from anywhere in the state can call and receive help getting online or using technology.

 

AZ LibTAP is core piece of a broader digital equity initiative, Connect Arizona, a collaboration between the State Library, Common Sense Media, and School Connect. Connect Arizona includes a statewide map of free public WiFi hotspots as well as information about Arizona internet offers and low-cost computer options. We used existing public library data to create the map, and it is an ongoing work in progress. We could use everyone’s help in adding or updating the information. In particular, SSID/Network names are useful data for people trying to connect.

 

We encourage you to promote AZ LibTAP and the WiFi map widely with your patrons and staff. Promotional materials are available here: https://tinyurl.com/azlibtap

 

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