Hi everyone. I currently work for the School District of North Fond du Lac as the IM-IT Coordinator. I run the libraries and manage all the District's educational technology.
I started using Haiku many moons ago, when they were first getting off the ground. I've used the LMS in the classroom for many years, eventually getting my entire high school to use it when we implemented Chromebooks into our building.
I brought Haiku with me to North Fond du Lac, where our adoption rates by teachers has increased dramatically over the last three years. The utility of the product and year to year saving of materials has staff quite happy.
Thanks much, it's been fun watching Haiku grow through the years and all the great updates that have come down the line.
Hi Everyone - My name is Stephanie Kilburn and I am the Student Databse Information Specialist for Amity Regional District #5 in CT.
We are early adopters of Unified Classroom with all its pieces and I am very happy that we will have a group that we can talk about best practices and issues we may be having.
Welcome to the Community @KevinB5!
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