FIRST: To create a Facebook account, please use your JEFCOED email address.
Step 1 – Create a Page for Your School
After signing up for Facebook, navigate to the top right hand corner of Facebook and click on the down arrow to select Create Page.
Select Company, Organization or Institution.
Select School and type in the name of your school such as “Grantswood Elementary School” to continue. Step 2 – Personalize Your Facebook Profile
Nothing is more unprofessional than a Facebook account with the default profile photo. After you create your account you’ll need to personalize your profile. Here is a list of things you should complete:
This post is all about the Staff Directory Module. Each of our websites have the ability to display our staff/employee listing. Originally, we placed the Staff Directory page under School on the navigation bar. You may have moved yours around which is totally fine! You could even rename the page if you wanted to. If you have deleted the Staff Directory page, you can also easily add it back.
Locate Your Staff Directory Page
Turn Design Mode onClick the edit (pencil icon) to revel the modules back end settings
Groups: Do not change the settings on the Groups portion. I have gone in to each school site and set this up to display correctly. This portion is what is connected to our Active Directory groups.Email Privacy: If you enable this it will not display the email address beside the employee. It will instead display a link to click on to email them. This decreases email spam. Search bots go around the internet looking for any indication of the "@" symbol so they can fill your in…
Many of you have inquired about how to embed code in you website. Most of the time you can quickly perform a Google search like "How to embed _____" and it will either take you to the original provider like Twitter or direct you to a free widget generator website. Here a few examples to get you started.
The first portion shown above means that if the parent agrees, you may take their picture/video and share it to promote your school and the district.
Deals with the local school and district’s control, distribution, and use of student photos/videosExample: A key communicator posts a photo of a student after winning an award on the school’s home page slideshow and social media pages
The second portion shown above means that if the parent agrees, outside media not associated with your school or the district can take their picture/video and share it to promote your school and the district.
Deals with the outside media’s control, distribution, and use of student photos/videosExample: A news reporter uses a student’s photo to accompany their AL.com article about student achievementThe media would depend on you to know if a student does or does…