Konica Minolta/All Covered’s-Davidson High School Accepts Educational Award Using PassTheNotes

March 15, 2016
Theresa Seiler
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PassTheNotes is excited to share that Davidson High School in the Mobile County Public Schools system accepted their CLAS Banner Award at the awards luncheon March 9, 2016 at the RSA Plaza in Montgomery recognizing the CLAS Banner Schools’ administrators: Principal Mr. Copeland and Dr. Lynn Cleveland and District Superintendent Mrs. Martha Peek.

Konica Minolta/All Covered’s client Davidson High School converted a PassTheNotes pilot into a nationally recognized award winning program. The CLAS Banner School Program was created in 2001 to recognize schools in Alabama that showcase outstanding programs and services to students. A total of 148 schools or programs were nominated this year for this prestigious recognition.

The CLAS Banner recognition was awarded to Davidson High School’s Senior Project’s exemplary accomplishments with the 12th Grade English students who have been utilizing PassTheNotes a Learning Content Management System (LCMS).

Congratulations to Davidson High School in Mobile County!

“With PassTheNotes, I have been able to provide my twelfth grade English students with a digital platform for their Senior Project curriculum. This curriculum prepares my students for a variety of endeavors including the workforce, trade schools, community colleges, and four year universities. PassTheNotes has given me a communication tool that makes my curriculum available completely online for my students to access outside of the classroom. My students have been given ownership to their education and are empowered to even work ahead if they choose to. This curriculum is student-driven and PassTheNotes is perfect in that it gives me the ability to upload and make available any of my assignments at any time from any location. This solution has given my seniors the ability to prepare for life after high school, be it college or a career. Regardless where they go, my goal is to give them tools and strategies so they will be prepared and ready- and they ARE!”


Sarah Hoeb,

English teacher,

Davidson High School in Mobile County Public School System.

CLAS, the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools was founded in 1969 by a small group of leaders to provide targeted professional development and support for Alabama’s public schools administrators. As Alabama’s premier school leader organization, CLAS represents over 3,500 members. CLAS now serves twelve affiliate groups representing each type of public school/school system leader. CLAS provides the framework to connect dedicated school administrators and other successful leaders with a network for professional growth and support.

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