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    Teacher's Assistant

    Konawa Schools will be accepting applications for the following position:   Teacher’s Assistant.   Applicants must have or obtain Paraprofessional certification.  Application forms are available Monday through Thursday at the Administration officer or you may  send your resume’ to:

    Andy Gower

    701 West South Street

    Konawa, OK  74849

    or email to:


    Deadline for Applications is June 30, 2016.  We are an EEOC employer.

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    Camp Goddard 2016

    Goddard Youth Camp, located on Arbuckle Lake, is an outdoor environmental education camp where schools can bring their students and teachers to utilize four trails to teach students about science and ecology. The trails are: Man and Environment, Man and Water, Cedar Canyon, and Geology. Konawa students have been coming to Camp Goddard for many years, most students always remember the experience of spending a week in the outdoor classroom. Recreation events on the waterfront, archery range, and volleyball court are also available. The Children's Museum at Goddard features fossils, specimens such as quartz crystals and rose rocks, ecology exhibits and Native American artifacts. 

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    #GoOpen Initiative

    Openly Licensed Educational Resources

    Oklahoma launches statewide #GoOpen initiative

    In a letter (above) dated February 26, 2016, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Joy Hofmeister, announced that Oklahoma was joining the "inaugural cohort" of states across the country committing to support districts and educators "transitioning to the use of high-quality, openly licensed educational resources. If successfully implemented, this could:

    • reduce costs for items like textbooks
    • promote regular updates of resources
    • introduce a paradigm shift in educational publishing
    • improve equity and access for students
    • accelerate transition to digital learning

    Announced in October, 2015, the USDE describes the Open Education campaign as "making learning materials, data, and educational opportunities available without restrictions imposed by copyright laws, access barriers, or exclusive proprietary systems that lack interoperability and limit the free exchange of information." As you may imagine, the commercial publishers are not too thrilled at the prospect of Open Education, describing current resources as "oversimplified or lacking". The Open Data Policy is readily available, however it still seems to be a little difficult to find resources described by the #GoOpen campaign.

    This article is offered in order to promote discussion among Konawa staff. Please comment.

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