October 1, 2001
A newsletter for the employees of
Lexington County School District One
I n an effort to provide efficient and
effective customer service, the
At boot up, you will be asked to change
your Novell password.
Recipients can open the attached file,
save it, view it or print it.
Accountability and Technology division After this, double click your GroupWise However, if you change the attached file
will be publishing a series of articles in icon to open your main GroupWise after you send it, the recipient will not
upcoming issues of Inside Voice. window. see those changes.
In this column, Coordinator of Now, click Tools, then Options. If you attach a file that is password
Information/Communication protected, the recipient cannot open or
Technologies Allen Ray offers tips to Next, double click Security, then
Password. view the attached file without entering
help you become more productive. the appropriate password.
Ray’s step-by-step approach makes Type your current password in the box
labeled Old Password. First, let’s learn how to attach a file.
learning easy. Before you know it, you’ll
be a GroupWise wizard. Now type your new password in the box Open a new item from your main
labeled New Password. GroupWise window. You can do this by
In this issue, Ray walks you through clicking on the Create New Mail icon
changing your password and explains Type your new password again in the or by clicking File, highlighting New
how easy it is to work with e-mail file box labeled Confirm New Password, and clicking Mail from the fly-out
attachments. then click OK and Close. menu.
You have changed your password. Next, fill in the To, Subject and
Changing your password
Message boxes appearing in your New
Every 90 days, you are required to Working with attached files Mail window.
change your password. It may be an You can attach one or more files to any
inconvenience, but this little change Now click Attach and browse to select
e-mail item you send. The files you
provides needed protection for your the file or files you want to attach to
attach can be files from your hard drive,
data stored on the network. your e-mail.
a floppy disk, a CD or the network
Besides, it’s really not hard to do. drive. Continued on Page 2
Marzula Jenelle Davis James Smith
Sister of Bus Driver Barbara Keisler, Grandfather of Gilbert Middle
Sept. 11, 2001 Housekeeper Tina Waters, Aug. 23,
Computer Learning Month 2001
Cora Lee Gibson
October 1–31, 2001 N.L. Smith
Aunt of White Knoll Middle
National School Lunch Week Housekeeper James Bannerman Jr., Grandmother of Gilbert Middle
Aug. 29, 2001 Housekeeper Tina Waters, Aug. 5, 2001
October 15–19, 2001
Herbert Long Sr. Flo Weant
National School Bus Safety
Week Father-in-law of Gilbert Middle Mother of Gilbert Middle Sixth Grade
Academic Assistant Nancy Long, Aug. Teacher Karen Robinson, Sept. 14,
October 21–27, 2001 29, 2001 2001
Ruth W. Mills
Sister of Director of Special Services Dr.
Kay Wright Rush, Sept. 21, 2001
Lexington One Bulletin Board
Gilbert Middle Music Teacher Constance Flemming Teacher Kathy Gordon announces that
Seventh Grade Teacher Charlene Jones announces that her daughter, Ebony her daughter, Katie Hendrix, was
and husband Scott announce the birth Flemming, won the Miss Camden crowned Miss Lexington County Farm
of their son, Hayden O’Neal Jones, on 2001 title. Bureau on Sept. 8, 2001.
Sept. 4, 2001. She will compete in the Miss South
Media Specialist Sharmen Oswald Carolina Scholarship Pageant in July of Transportation
recently graduated from the University 2002. Bus Driver Kimberly Ashline and her
of South Carolina with a Specialist in husband, Jerry, announce the birth of
Lexington Technology Center their daughter, Taylor Dylan Ashline,
Librarianship degree. Housekeeper Nita Rawl announces the on Sept. 6, 2001.
Fifth Grade Teacher Sarah Price and birth of her grandson, David Coleman
husband Jeff announce the birth of their Gentry Jr., on Aug. 2, 2001. Bus Drivers Carl and Dianne Shultz are
daughter, Courtney Austin Price, on the proud grandparents.
Sept. 10, 2001. Saxe Gotha Elementary
Academic Assistant Secretary Angie White Knoll Middle
Lexington Intermediate Boatwright was crowned Royal Ms. at Seventh Grade Math Teacher David
Fifth Grade Teacher Amanda Coleman the Congaree Western Weekend on Fisher was the musical director for the
announces the birth of her daughter, Grace Aug. 11, 2001 Lexington County Arts Association
Southerland Coleman, on July 6, 2001. production of Fantasticks.
Continued from Page 1
If you choose the wrong file, you can
delete it by right-clicking the
attachment, then clicking on Delete.
This action does not erase the file from
your hard disk or from the network. It
merely removes it from the current e-
If you move or delete a file from your
hard disk or the network drive, it does
not affect a file you’ve attached to an
e-mail item and already sent.
When you are sure you have selected the
appropriate file, click OK, then Send.
When you view an attachment, you do
not open it in a separate application like
Instead, it is displayed in a viewer. This
usually is faster than opening the
However, the attachment may not Figure 1: How to view attachments
appear to be formatted properly.
To view an attachment, open the e-mail When you open an attached file, Now you can make any necessary
item containing the attachment. GroupWise determines which changes to the document and even save
Next, right click the attachment (see application to use. it to another location on your hard
Figure 1), then click View Attachment. To open an attachment, first open the e- drive — but that’s another article.
If you do not see an icon representing mail item containing the attachment. These tips should help you become
the attachment in your view, click File, Next, right click the attachment, then more productive with the GroupWise
then Attachment, then View. click Open. e-mail system.
If you want to make changes to a file If you do not see an icon representing Look for more GroupWise (and other
sent to you as an attachment, you must the attachment in your view, click File, software) tips and tricks in future issues
open it first. then Attachment, then Open. of Inside Voice.
Board Action Update
The LexingtonBoard ofSchool held
being an outstanding advisor
Lexington Technology Center Director
This policy complies with the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools’
its regular monthly meeting on Ken Lake for receiving a $100,000 regulations.
September 18, 2001. Schools of Excellence grant including Five requests for student travel
The board recognized $20,000 each for the Technology Center
and all four high schools
Gilbert High School, Lexington
the following honors and Gilbert Middle School Guidance
Technology Center and Pelion High
School for the travel of nine students to
achievements: Counselor Carole Dunlap and Principal Louisville, Kentucky, October 23–28,
Alan Zwart for winning a Career 2001, to participate in the National
Student Development Award from the South Future Farmers of America Convnetion
2000–2001 Lexington Technology Carolina Occupational Information
Center Senior Allison Waddell for Gilbert Middle School for the travel of
System 50 students to Washington, D.C.,
winning third place in the National
Health Occupations Students of They received a plaque and $750 for the March 31 through April 5, 2002
America’s (HOSA) Human Growth and purchase of a computerized career White Knoll High School for the travel
Development Knowledge Test at guidance system. of 50 students to Orlando, Florida,
HOSA’s National Leadership
Conference in Atlanta, Georgia The board heard: May 29 through June 3, 2002
White Knoll High School for the travel
Lexington Technology Center Director of 45 students to Orlando, Florida, and
Staff Ken Lake’s comments concerning his
18 Lexington One teachers for winning Titusville, Florida, May 30 through
pride in Lexington Technology Center June 7, 2002
Education Improvement Act grants students for their maturity during a
totaling $21,823 from the South recent flagpole ceremony remembering White Knoll High School for the trvel
Carolina Department of Education the victims of the recent terrorist attacks of 43 students to travel to Niagara Falls,
including: and Amish Farmland and Pittsburgh,
Assistant Superintendent for School Pennsylvania, June 4–9, 2002
Lexington Middle School Seventh Administration Joe Bedenbaugh’s report
Grade Social Studies Teachers Kathy on capital projects Two requests for the use of facilities
Fudger, Sheila Gfell, Andy Logan, The Congaree Girl Scout Council for
Contractors plan to have the new
Regan McKenzie and Lisa Stiles the use of Lexington High School on
Gilbert High School completely roofed
Midway Elementary School French in by the end of December 2001. March 22, 2002, for its annual Tasting
Teacher Dorie Johansen Fair
Oak Grove Elementary School Special The board approved: The White Knoll High School Band for
Education Teacher Judy Shank Two certified employment the use of White Knoll High School to
recommendations for the 2001–2002 host the Central South Carolina Senior
Pelion Elementary School First Grade
school year High School Concert Band Festival
Teacher Vandrea Lang, Three-Year-Old
March 22–23, 2002
Child Development Teacher Sharon Revisons to Policy KG and regulation
Spearman, and Second Grade Teachers KG-R, Public Use of School Facilities,
Natalie Spence and Nancy Walker after second reading
Lexington County School District One
Saxe Gotha Elementary School First These revisions ad rental fees for the use Superintendent Karen C. Woodward, E D .D.
Grade Teachers Sheila Fulmer, Martha of cafeteria equipment and updates Board of Trustees
Goff, Jennifer Gonzalez, Jan Joines, rental fees for new school facilities. Chairman James H. Riddle Jr.
Vice Chair Kay P. Coker
Fran Lee, Kelly Middleton and Lorie Secretary Leonard J. Bliss III
Sabol A recommendation to purchase 120 Members: Albert J. Dooley Jr., G. Edwin Harmon, E D .D.,
acres on Rawl Road for $1,361,735 and D. Frank Shumpert III and Cynthia S. Smith
Lexington Elementary School Principal .443 acres on Pisgah Church Road for Inside Voice is an employee publication provided by
Mary Walters for being named the $5,980.50 Lexington County School District One’s School/
South Carolina Drug Abuse Resistance Community Relations Office. Send news items for Inside
Education (D.A.R.E.) Association’s In the same motion, the board also Voice to Joey Frazier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2000–2001 D.A.R.E. Educator of the approved the authorization of Lexington County School District One does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
Year Superintendent Karen Woodward to sex, age or handicap in admission to, access to, treatment
sign any and all documents pertaining in or employment in its programs/activities.
Lexington Technology Center Health to the purchase of this property. The following people have been designated to handle
inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies: Richard S.
Occupations Teacher Teri Beres for
Revisions to Policy JKB, Solicitations by Thompson and Joe H. Bedenbaugh, Lexington County
receiving a national Health Occupations School District One, P.O. Box 1869, Lexington, SC
Students, after first reading 29071-1869, telephone (803) 359-4178. Contact them if
Students of America Award of Merit for you have questions regarding these issues.