Welcome to Innovate

Our students are learning in new and innovative ways. Educational technology is always changing, always adapting. As educators, we always rise to the challenge. Though sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming.

Sometimes it’s okay to reach out and ask for some help. We teach our students to be independent and also how to know when it’s time to ask for help.

And, as educators, it’s okay as well.

Are you needing some support in learning about new technology that you would like to integrate into your instruction?

Do you need assistance with Schoology or one of Wood County Schools’ other digital platforms?

Do you have an idea that involves technology but aren’t sure how to get started?

We are here to help.

Reach out and let’s get started.

Time to Tidy Up Old Teams

In our modern era, we tend to collect digital junk everywhere. So much to keep track of! Most of the time, it’s nothing more than an inconvenience. Sometimes, however, it’s important to take a look at items that continue to live on, especially things like old Microsoft Teams. If the ability for students to chat […]

The New Apple Classroom

Need to reset your managed Apple ID password? Click here. With new changes to Apple Classroom it has become more important to make the move toward using Managed Apple IDs when signing into iCloud on school devices.  This includes student iPads, teacher iPads, and teacher MacBooks.  Learn more about Apple IDs. With new changes to […]

Everything Schoology!

Amber Matty, Curriculum Software/LMS Technology Coordinator, has published a course on Schoology titled Everything Schoology.The course explains topics such as creating and managing course materials, how-to tutorials, GIF animations, creating and getting the most out of assessments, using the grade book, and so much more. This is an excellent go-to resource for educators in Wood County […]


The opportunities for discussion, collaboration, engagement, and sharing among students, their class as a whole, and their teacher using the Schoology platform are extensive and exciting! The ability for a teacher to post an idea and engage in discussion, whether in the classroom or out, using the platform provides opportunities for students to share and […]

Schoology Issues Explanation for Last Week’s Disruption in Service

Hello PowerSchool Customer, We understand that trust begins with transparency. With that in mind, we would like to provide a deeper insight into the service disruptions on the Schoology Learning platform you may have experienced this past week.  Summary  During the week of 4/19/2021, Schoology Learning customers experienced service disruptions. The Schoology engineering team analyzed the issues that caused […]

Don’t Reinvent the Wheel

As we begin to start thinking about the end of the school year, and what a year it has been, know that all your hard work getting your courses organized in Schoology will not go away. In fact, copying your courses to your resources will not only allow you to keep your courses intact, it […]

Did you miss a great PD opportunity?

Now, find professional development opportunities in the Wood County Schools Employee Resources Group on Schoology. Watch to learn how easy it is to find new things to learn!

Apple Professional Development Opportunities for the Week of March 29th

Scan, Sort, and Share with iPad Monday, March 29, 2021 — 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (CDT) — Online iPad makes it simple for students and teachers to scan, annotate, organize, and share documents. Explore a variety of ways that students and teachers can collaborate and share files and folders using cloud-based services.  *iPad is […]

Apple Professional Development Opportunities Next Week

Get Started with iPad Monday, March 22, 2021 — 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (CDT) — Online iPad is packed with features for learning and teaching. In this hands-on session, learn how to use gestures, work with text, enable accessibility features, and work with multiple apps simultaneously. *iPad is used for all sessions unless indicated […]


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I think the teaching profession contributes more to the future of our society than any other single profession.

John Wooden

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