Teacher Media Center
The Teacher Media Center is open for STAFF with limited occupancy!!
YOU WILL NEED TO SIGN UP FOR A WORK TIME THRU EDUPHORIA STRIVE.
Each person must sign up for a time. Sorry, no bringing a buddy or helper who's not signed up.
SORRY, THIS INCLUDES NO CHILDREN/STUDENTS IN THE MEDIA CENTER AT ANY TIME.
Under Eduphoria, Strive, look under the Media Center Category to enroll for a work time.
Currently, 8 slots are available per 55 minute session.
Please do not sign up for more than 2 sessions a day to allow others the opportunity to use the center.
Don't be afraid to sign up for the waitlist. People are unenrolling/enrolling all day and it may open.
Paras may come during the school day. We ask no more than 2 per campus and like teachers, no more than 2 sessions a day.
If you only need to print, you may do so from our parking lot or the lobby from your laptop then call us at 254-336-1747 and we'll get it to you.
We strongly encourage you to bring your own 'community supplies' such as scissors, glue stick, bags to bring work home.....
Like most things right now, this is a work in progress so please be patient as we all adjust.
We are not sure what volunteers will be able to do yet. Please continue to check back here for updates as we get them.
The Teacher Media Center is here to support classroom teachers in creating lively, interactive lessons for their students. At the media center you will find six laminators, numerous small and XL Ellison die press machines with a wall full of dies to choose from, an electronic cutout maker, poster machine, button maker machines, paper cutters, a comb bound book binder, copier, computers, color and black printers. We also supply a variety of colors of construction paper and tag board along with scissors, glue, markers, etc. to complete your projects. You may also bring your own scrapbook paper, wall paper, wrapping paper, foam or felt to use with the die presses. The possibilities are endless!
You must wear your KISD ID to use the media center. It is the only way we have to assure the supplies are going to students in KISD classrooms.