Kenwood Media

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Famous African Americans

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Blog, Blogs, Blogging

Kenwood School is blogging!  We are using the application Kidblog.  Here is some information about the site.

Kidblog provides teachers with the tools to help students safely navigate the digital – and increasingly social – online landscape. Kidblog allows students to exercise digital citizenship within a secure, private classroom blogging space. Kidblog’s security features put safety first.  


Student Home Access

MPS Google Drive. - Students use this tool to share and archive documents. They collaborate with classmates and post presentations. 

Destiny - The online circulation system can be accessed on your home computer via this link.  Nurturing a love for books and reading is a constant goal for all of us at Kenwood. Please take every opportunity to read with your child. Also, thank you for your continued support in encouraging responsible book borrowing habits.

Student Learning Resources  - District provided websites

Native American Projects

A collection of links to be used for locating information and images for the Native American projects.

Please Buy This Book For Kenwood!

I am collecting titles of books and series as well as subjects that you would like to have in our collection.  Please use this link to access a form to record your ideas.  Thanks!

What We Learn During Media Center Time

The information and skills learned during Media Class will sometimes be independent of the students' classroom. However, I will also be collaborating with the classroom teachers in order to enhance what students are learning in their classrooms and also the Media Center.  Please take a look at my presentation from Curriculum Night.

Media Class at Kenwood

Contact Me

My e-mail address is Joan.Kallas@mpls.k12.mn.us , or you may leave a message at 612.668.2765.

The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go.           
                                   -Dr. Seuss