June 12, 2017: There are online SPARK Courses available during the Summer of 2017. SPARK course are online, self-paced professional development opportunities in which participants can earn clock hours for Recertification. Please check them out on our Learning On Demand Page.
June 1, 2017: Attention Elementary Math Teachers: Thank you for participating in our Spring into Summer DreamBox Math Challenge! We had 154 math classes with at least 50% actively engaged students. Please encourage students to use DreamBox all summer long to practice their math skills so that they are ready for next school year. All Elementary School students will have access to DreamBox all summer long! We are proud of the work you accomplished this year and every year! Thanks to a donation by DreamBox, we were able to award Rita's Water Ice Parties to both the 1st place and 2nd place winning classes! Thank you and congratulations to all teachers and students that participated!
May 3, 2017: Calling all Elementary Math Teachers! Don't forget to participate in our DreamBox Math Challenge!
April 27, 2017: Thank you to all of our participants, volunteers, presenters, and sponsors for making Red Clay's First Annual Ed Tech Innovator Mini-Conference a success!
February 17, 2017: Digital Learning Day is on February 23, 2017. Click here to learn more about DL Day and join us on Twitter as educators across the state participate in #delachat on #DLDay at 8:30 pm on February 23rd. To view the questions ahead of time and receive more information about Twitter chats, click here.
January 3, 2017: The NEW Google Sites has arrived! To access the new and easier to use Google Sites, go to your Red Clay Schools Google Drive. Click NEW, then More, then Choose Google Sites. You can create Google Sites for your classroom that include resources, links, and materials for students and parents to access. To learn more about Google Sites watch the video below or click here.
December 13, 2016: Take the Instructional Technology Survey! We'd like to hear from you. Click here to take a survey so the Instructional Technology Department can help you better!