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Summer Computer Camp 2013

da-photo1-1This summer, the Salisbury Township School District Technology Department will be offering free workshops for incoming 5th and 6th grade students. Participants will work together to create and share multimedia projects using a variety of software on the Mac. Computers, cameras, and iPads will be provided.

Both sessions will be held at Salisbury Middle School, located at 3301 Devonshire Road, Allentown, PA, 18103.

The workshops will be led by Christina Westfall and Matt Ritter, computer technicians at Harry S. Truman and Western Salisbury Elementary schools.

Students will shoot video and will use editing techniques to create unique movies. Students will also use GarageBand to create an original song and explore creative ways to share finished masterpieces. On the final day, students will have the opportunity to showcase their projects for parents.

Session A
Monday, July 15 through Thursday, July 18 9 AM to 11 AM

Session B
Monday, July 15 through Thursday, July 18 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Space is limited, so sign up soon!
You can register your children by filling out the form at
Please direct any questions to Christina Westfall ( or Matt Ritter (

Download the flyer!


Printing from Keynote

There are a few print settings available when printing from Keynote.  You can print individual slides, slides with notes, and other options.  Use this guide to find out icon_keynote-1how.

Printing from Keynote


Finder Views in OS X

There are four views available in the Finder. This guide explains the different views and when you might want to use one over another. Finder Views16


TL2014 Survey Results

4409813131_10f97163da_o-13The results of the most recent survey (May 2013) have been posted to the Assessment/Evaluation page. On this page you can access all documents related to assessment/evaluation of the TL2014 initiative.

If you would like to access the PDFs of the latest survey results, click below:


Mrs. Sugra’s 1st Grade Class – Animal Riddles

animalriddlesThis project came about because in the Storytown Reading Program the students learn about riddles. In science they learn about living things. So we put them together!

For this project, students chose an animal and researched four important facts about the animal.  In art class the students then created a mask of their animal.  Finally, each student recorded his/her facts using Photo Booth on the laptop computers.

To assemble the project, students uploaded each video into the Keynote presentation.  They changed the background color, font size, font color and  font style, and added a picture of their animal as an answer to their riddle.  On the second slide with the answer, they recorded their voices using QuickTime and inserted the recording into Keynote.