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iPad Family Engagement NightsFARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL – December 18-19-20, 2012
The FHS Media Center was ready to assist students and families that   needed to establish an AppleID or view the introduct...
Students and families navigated through a process that started with          selection of insurance protection for the iPad.
Then iPads were assigned and delivered to students. Barbara Theirl from the BMS Media Center assisted with that task in on...
High School students will receive an iPad 2 with 16GB storage.It will be placed in a Griffin Survivor Case for protection ...
Then it was time to configure the iPad. FHS teacher Julian Buss is on standby to                           help students w...
Students learned how to arrange the iPad to back-up data on their device tothe Apple Cloud. Jerry Cooper from the District...
Tracy Benson from the District Technical Services area steps in to help students                        set up apps on the...
Digital Learning Specialist Brianna Buck assists a student and parent  with their device. She coordinated the logistics an...
High School students volunteered to help with the final step, putting         the iPads in the Griffin Survivor case and c...
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Farmington High School iPad Family Engagement Nights

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Farmington High School hosted a series of three Family Engagement Nights as a way to distribute iPads to the more than 1800 students at the school on December 18, 19, and 20, 2012. FHS is now Minnesota's largest high school to move to a full 1:1 environment with iPads. The move is part of a district effort to put a device in the hands of all 6700 students to customize their learning experience.

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Farmington High School iPad Family Engagement Nights

  1. iPad Family Engagement NightsFARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL – December 18-19-20, 2012
  2. The FHS Media Center was ready to assist students and families that needed to establish an AppleID or view the introductory video.
  3. Students and families navigated through a process that started with selection of insurance protection for the iPad.
  4. Then iPads were assigned and delivered to students. Barbara Theirl from the BMS Media Center assisted with that task in one of the distribution centers.
  5. High School students will receive an iPad 2 with 16GB storage.It will be placed in a Griffin Survivor Case for protection and families will have options for insurance coverage.
  6. Then it was time to configure the iPad. FHS teacher Julian Buss is on standby to help students with that task.
  7. Students learned how to arrange the iPad to back-up data on their device tothe Apple Cloud. Jerry Cooper from the District Technical Services area assists.
  8. Tracy Benson from the District Technical Services area steps in to help students set up apps on their devices
  9. Digital Learning Specialist Brianna Buck assists a student and parent with their device. She coordinated the logistics and organized the teams of staff and student volunteers for the event.
  10. High School students volunteered to help with the final step, putting the iPads in the Griffin Survivor case and cover.

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