Educational Technology Specialist(ETS)
Name: Carolee Polvere
Hours: M-F 6:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. – While School is in Session.
The Tech Center is open from 6:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. when school is in session. Students may stop by with technical issues during that time. We take a 30 minute lunch break.
General “How To” Documentation
The following will link you to our Technology Knowledge Base. Please take the time to look at all of the documents that have been posted. Technology Knowledge Base
Quick Reference Guides
New Technology Purchases and Website Reviews
Please click here for information on Technology Procedures and Forms
Internet Safety 101
The following are links to important information that we as educators, parents, and students need to become familiar with in order to understand the world our children are accessing everyday.
Forms for Students
ISTE National Education Technology Standards for Students (NET-S)
Technology should be thought of as a tool for students to use. NETS-S promote several higher order thinking skills and digital citizenship skills that are important for students to live and learn in our emerging global society. www.iste.org
National Education Standards Teachers (NETS-T)
NETS-T were originally released in 2000, following the acclaimed NETS for students in 1998, which set the bar for integration of technology in education. NETS-T 2000 defined the fundamental concepts, knowledge, skills, and attitudes for applying technology in educational settings. www.iste.org
National Education Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS-A)
Administrators play a pivotal role in determining how well technology is used in our schools. The NETS for Administrators enable us to define what administrators need to know and be able to do in order to discharge their responsibility as leaders in the effective use of technology in our schools. www.iste.org
Teachers, please refer to this webpage for important information and documentation on SAGE formative and summative assessment.
Link to SAGE information on USOE
SAGE Info on USOE
April 16 – June 1
Link to SAGE
Secondary SAGE Testing Time
Estimated time — test is untimed
Other SAGE Information
Science Calculator Information:
Science Reference Sheets:
Secondary Math I, II, and III Blueprints:
Secondary Math I, II, and III Calculator Information:
Secondary Math I, II, and III Reference Sheet:
Guest Login to SAGE –
This document is a step by step on how to log in as a guest to merely view questions and navigate the SAGE testing environment.
Guest Login to SAGE on Student Machine (Secure Browser) –
This document is a step by step on how students can log into the CBT client on their machines and practice test questions. This also will allow them the Text to Speech option.
Formative Assessment Directions Teacher Login –
This document is a step by step on how to log in as a teacher to the Formative side of SAGE.
Formative Assessment Directions Student Login –
This document is a step by step on how to log in as a student to the Formative side of SAGE.
SAGE Summative Test Administration Manual for Students –
SAGE Summative Test Administration Manual –
SAGE Summative Test Administration User Guide –
SAGE Summative Test Administration Manual Combined –
Activity or Item = Question
Item Bank = Library
Assignment = Assessment