Monthly Archives: November 2021

Holiday giving opportunity

Central Rivers AEA staff will have the opportunity to support our Youth Shelter classroom staff and students this holiday season.  Our goal is to collect $1,000 by December 13 to purchase holiday stockings filled with goodies for each student and … Continue reading

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Celebrating YOU during American Education Week

American Education Week is a great time to celebrate the amazing work that each and every one of you do for the children, families, and educators that our agency serves. Simply put, you make a tremendous positive difference! Take time … Continue reading

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IT Department to run fake phishing email experiment over the next month

As we shared in the October edition of The Channel, statistically, phishing emails are the leading cause of data privacy incidents. Phishing is a type of social engineering where an attacker sends a fraudulent message designed to trick a human … Continue reading

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Coffee with the Chief

Plan now to join Chief Administrator Sam Miller on Friday, December 10, at 8:00 am for a virtual update on agency events and current trends in K-12 education.  So grab a cup of coffee or your favorite morning beverage and … Continue reading

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Weather notification system

With winter almost here, be sure you are signed up to receive Central Rivers AEA weather alerts via text, call, or email regarding office closings or professional learning cancellations. Staff members can contact Shirley Horak, Human Resources Coordinator for assistance … Continue reading

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Change your voicemail/email message for the holiday breaks

Don’t forget to change your voicemail greeting and schedule an “away” message to your email during both the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday breaks so that callers and/or e-mailers will know when they can expect to hear from you.   Voicemail … Continue reading

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Latest guidance from the CDC on COVID exposure

The agency continues to monitor our COVID infection rates and the CDC for revised guidelines.  Currently, cases related to COVID (i.e., infection or exposure) in our staff are very limited (1-2% of staff).  While the low incident rates are positive, … Continue reading

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