MISD techHUB is a tool for teachers to easily find technology resources. These resources will assist teachers with integrating technology into classroom curriculum. This site includes sections of technology related how-tos; a list of apps MISD has determined useful; Digital Citizenship; shared, nation-wide teacher-created templates; curriculum resources; and a technology MISD badge system for teachers to "show off" what they know and are using in their classrooms. There are also opportunities for online PD outside of the district for which teachers can receive a certificate and credit.
Kaye has been employed at MISD for 15 years. She has been the Primary Technology Instructor and Campus Tech for the last five years, after being a secretary at MHS for 10 years. She proudly served the Coast Guard as a civilian volunteer, a CG Ombudsman from 1996 - 2004. Prior to that she was in the hotel & restaurant industry and worked as a church office receptionist. Her passions include art, charity work, children, reading, water sports and technology.
Kaye is active in Kiwanis and is the Terrific Kids Sponsor, as well as the Database manager for Mineola's Caring and Sharing. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Education at UNT and TJC. She also works part time as a pet and house sitter. You will see her at many Mineola HS Sport activities as a gatekeeper. Her specialties include Website Management, Database Administrator, and is Teacher's Aide Certified. She has attended technology conferences: Google, TCEA and Technology for Tots. She has presented at local Tech Ed Workshops.
Marquita earned her masters in Information Systems and Learning Technology from Texas A&M Commerce. Marquita began her career in education as a classroom teacher at Quitman High School. She left Quitman to became the Regional Coordinator for the College for Texas Campaign, and after this she spent 10 years at Sky Ranch running their Outdoor Education program serving 44,000 students a year. She is now excited to be at Mineola ISD serving teachers and assisting with the integration of technology into their classroom.
Marquita's specialties include GT Certified, Special Ed Certified, Level 2 Google Certified Educator, Apple Teacher, Region 7 Presenter, TCEA Presenter, Website Developer, Database Administrator, Microsoft Admin, Google Admin, System Analyst, Graphic Designer, Online Sales and Marketing.
Donna has been an instructional technologist for more than 10 years, working with staff and students in Marshall, San Marcos, Temple, and Round Rock ISDs and at Gary Job Corps. Donna began her teaching career in Marshall, Texas as a Technology and Career Investigations teacher and is excited to return to East Texas and serve the staff and students in Mineola!
Donna earned a Masters in Educational Administration from Lamar University, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from LeTourneau University, and an Associate’s degree in Computer Science from Kilgore College. She is a Google Certified Educator and has presented at TCEA, and at campus and district level EdCamps, workshops and conferences.
Texas Tech University -
Masters: Educational Leadership / Curriculum & Instruction