“To survive in the future economy, kids must learn how to research, publish and communicate, working with the Internet and other information tools.."
                   ~~ Alan November
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  • Google Translate


    Teachers and students who need help with translations should use Google Translate . 

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Microsoft Office 2013

Create and Edit PDF Files

Office has toyed around with PDF files in past versions, but this time around Microsoft got serious. In the past you could save as PDF, but now you can actually edit. The new Word 2013 allows you to open PDF files, edit them there, and then save them as either DocX files or PDFs.

To save a file as PDF simply click “Save” and then use the dropdown menu to choose the .PDF option. It is one of the many file types you can choose here.

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The students of Mrs. Jennifer Falcon's class at Tucker Elementary made their mark with technology during their annual Dot Day celebration. Students completed activities on the nComputing station, SMARTboard, and iPads to explore the theme of the story.
  "The Dot," by Peter H. Reynolds, is a story about a little girl who is first discouraged by her inability to draw.  Through the guidance and motivation of a positive teacher, the child learns to explore her artistic abilities and make her mark in her own special way. The character in the story discovers how to share her talents with others, and even grows to become an inspiration to fellow classmates. 

Tangipahoa Parish School System talented art students created artwork for the new Technology Building located on South Morrison Blvd. The artwork hangs in the hallways and adds a creative and beautiful atmosphere to the center. Students from Hammond High Magnet School, Loranger High School, Ponchatoula High School, and Independence High School participated in this endeavor and were treated to a reception in their honor.
  • Code.org workshop

    All four of the TPSS Instructional Technology Facilitators attended theCode.org workshop held in Baton Rouge recently and came away with some fantastic resources to share with Tangi Teachers and students.  Code.org's vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.  Code.org increases diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds where they are at their skill-level, in their schools, and in ways that inspire them to keep learning. TPSS will offer a free Code.org workshop this summer for our teachers at the Technology Center which will hopefully inspire our teachers to offer these opportunities to our students.



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Today is Tuesday, October 25, 2016
World Book eBook
World Book has unveiled a new product and it is amazing!
Click HERE to see. 
 World Book eBooks offers a collection of highly illustrated, engaging digital titles that support a span of curriculum areas and reading levels. Both teachers and students will enjoy reading books online, both at home and at school, with this amazing digital library.
Oh, and the site is safari compatible, so it works great on iPads too!

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The FTP site is an internal storage server where all TPSS employees can access files of all types and download to their computers. Click here for directions for accessing the FTP site.

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iPad Signature Changes

Does everyone need to know you just sent that email from your iPad? Probably not. Use the following link to find out how to remove the “Sent from my iPad” signature and replace it with your own (or none): www.simplehelp.net/2010/04/03/how-to-remove-the-sent-from-my-ipad-signature-from-outgoing-email-on-your-ipad/