Tech News

Google Classroom sync to Gradebook is now available

Google Classroom Sync to GradeBook is now available¬†for use. This tool will allow you to sync your grades in Google Classroom back to GradeBook without manual copying. It will be a big time savings for teachers grading in Google Classroom. The sync is a one time transfer and must be repeated for each assignment if […]

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Now available for graphics, web pages, and video editing – Adobe Spark

Adobe offers Spark free to schools. What is Spark? It’s an online service that allows you to create graphics, webpages, or edit video, from any computer with a web browser. I used it to create the graphic above. All of the staff and students have accounts in Adobe Spark, and they can log in with […]

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Fixing student issues with watching Youtube

Youtube access at school is filtered, but teachers can approve videos for students. The problem arises when students are using a brand account instead of their Kenton City Schools’ account. Google is phasing out brand accounts which will fix this issue, but until then, the student will need to switch Youtube back to their KCS […]

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Technology Staff

Ryan Collins

Director of Technology

John Dean

Assistant to the Director of Technology

Brad Blue

Associate Principal
Kenton Elementary School

Carrie Dilley

Integrated Technology/STEM Teacher
Kenton Elementary School

Mandy Dyer

Integrated Technology/STEM Teacher 3-6
Kenton Elementary School

Joe Funkhouser

Information Technology
ProgressBook Administrator
Kenton High School

Darren Gilbert

4th, 5th, & 6th Grade Technology Instructor
Kenton Elementary School
7th & 8th Grade Financial Literacy Instructor
Kenton Middle School