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Friday, March 11, 2011

SchoolE Nominations are Now Closed. Who are the Semi-Finalists?

Time has really flown - the SchoolE Awards nominations closed yesterday! What an exciting nomination round it’s been. This year, we received more than 7,500 nominations, which is almost 5 times more than last year! I can’t wait to see how many votes we get this year, just based on the turnout thus far. These last few weeks of nominations have been VERY busy ones, with hundreds of nominations coming in each day. We have received nominations from districts across all 50 states. It’s awesome how many people have been cheering their districts on.

Without further ado, here are the Top 15 school districts from each category that will move onto the judging round. Congrats to these school districts!

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1. Brownsville ISD
2. Marion County School District
3. Newport News CPS
4. Fayette County
5. Prince George’s
6. San Bernardino City
7. Clear Creek ISD
8. Montgomery County
9.
Chatham County
10.
Fairfax County Public
11. Keller ISd
12. Polk County School District
13.
Clark County
14. Elk Grove Unified
15. Kanawha County School District
1. Rockingham County
2. Independence 30
3. North Allegheny SD
4. Upper Darby SD
5. Township HSD
6. Blue Springs R-IV
7. Oxnard Union High
8. Walker County
9. Richland County 02
10. Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD
11.
McAllen ISD
12. Lawrence Public Schools
13. Bradley Cty. School District
14. York County Public Schools
15. Natrona Cty. SD #1
1. Danville Independent
2. Zachary Community Schools
3. Groton School District
4. University Academy
5. New Milford
6. Lakeland District
7. Godfrey-Lee Public
8. St. James Schools
9. South Texas ISD
10. North Mason SD
11. Basehor-Linwood USD
12. Beggs Public Schools
13. Grain Valley R-V
14. Metcalfe County
15. Lexington City Schools

So what’s next?
Over the next two weeks, our Panel of Industry Experts will evaluate the district websites based on the Design, Content, and Overall presence. Our Panel of Industry Experts includes innovative leaders in areas such as educational technology, Higher Education web content, and graphic and web design.

Curious to see an example of what criteria the experts will be judging on? Check out a sample rubric here.

Judging will end on March 25 and based on the scores, only the top 7 districts in each category will move on to voting (21 districts total). We will be announcing the finalists on Monday, March 28th and after that, the voting will begin!

Voting will continue through May 5th and winners will be announced on May 6th.

Once again congrats to the 15 semi-finalists and good luck in the judging round! Make sure to keep checking out the SchoolE website for updates, district profiles, and more!

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