Tech Support For Students During Summer 2021
This summer, Tech Support will be provided for the weeks of June 21-July 30 for both students attending Summer School and those who are not. The process looks a little different depending on whether or not the student is in Summer School, so please read the following information so you know what to do.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but Tech Support will not be available this week.
June 21-July 30
Students attending Summer School
Contact the Summer School LMTS for tech support. You can visit the District website to find out who your Summer School LMTS is. The LMTS will work to resolve the issue, if they are unable to, a different device will be checked out to the student.
Students not attending Summer School
Call the Family Tech Support Hotline at 204-5678. If someone is unable to speak with you right away, please leave a message and a LMTS will work with you to resolve the issue. If they are unable to assist in solving the issue, they will create a work ticket and schedule a time for a different device to be exchanged for the non-working device.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but Tech Support will not be available during this time.
Please contact the Randall Office at 608-204-3300 and you will be directed to the Randall Library Media Technology Specialist who will assist you.
"Give Light" was composed by Terry Leonino. The lyrics of the song were inspired by the late, great civil rights activist Ella Baker who was quoted saying "Give people light and they will find a way." The singers in this recording are made up of students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade at Randall Elementary School. To participate in future virtual choir songs, please watch your Seesaw assignments on Wednesdays.
Randall students have worked hard to complete over 1,000 stop motion animation videos during art class during virtual art class. The videos are based on 6 different topics Randall students showed interest in and how they interact with inequities based on various identities. We researched about how racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism affect people differently in the topics of family, voting, climate change, sports, entertainment, and the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope you learn something and share what you learn though continued conversations. Please enjoy the creativity and hard work that went into these!