Mobile Tech In The Classroom

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Three weeks ago I wrote about technology and how we now live in the “land in-between” as we slowly evolve into greater use of mobile technology and digital content. This week, I wanted to specifically cite how some of this mobile technology is being used in our middle […]

New Beginnings

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District It seems as though spring has finally arrived. The massive snow pile at the end of my driveway has finally melted. The grass is turning green. I’ve seen some crocus come up. And, of course the most important harbingers of spring: both Dairy Supreme and Jay’s have opened […]

GM Transportation Changes for 2015-16

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District When we developed our mission statement, “We meet students where they are . . .” we never intended it in a literal sense. We were speaking metaphorically in terms of meeting students at their academic and emotional level. Somehow, our transportation system has evolved into a literal application […]

The Land In-Between

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Technology: You can’t live with it. You can’t live without it. That corollary seems to sum up the way technology has infiltrated our lives. My career in education has paralleled the growth of technology. With the first “microcomputer” created in the late 70’s, we began to see these […]

Theater Wing Addition For General McLane High School

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District This past weekend, the 34th Annual Broadway Dinner again gave opportunity for nearly 170 high school students to present a polished, professional performance to approximately 1600 patrons. Each year we leave that production asking the same question: “How can one school have so much talent?” Talent indeed. This […]

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