Thinking allowed, thinking aloud:
Rough, first thoughts, as an invitation to meet
Monterey Bay Charter School.
I love to see yOur website radiating the power and wisdom of head, heart, hands education: “Structure supports spontaneity.”
I have no wish to get entangled or institutionalized in personal preferences or politics. I want to enjoy a fun-da-mental and user-friendly hub for my daughter’s Kindergarten and future school.
This document here is currently in view-only mode. I welcome your input, your feedback, your creativity: email@example.com
Pacific Grove, May 15th 2016
PS: The tool you are seeing here is called Gingko.
Please pretend some openness (-; and enjoy clicking around.
Start/click here: MAIN MENU >>>
TEACHERS & STAFF
!!! AORs - Areas of Responsibility
This can be a very empowering list!
Knowing whom to ask, avoiding wasted time or confusion
Showing all the details of the bigger picture.
… all the nitty-gritty things that need to be addressed and decided.
Cleaning: Mr X, Mrs Y // telephone, email, office, availability
Tech Support: Mrs Z, Mr A
Food Counselor, nutritionist
Safety & compliance
STREAM & filters
Daily Information Flow
Milestones & Reports
MBCS in the media
Attitude: head, heart, hands, education
Testimonials, shoutouts, Quotes
Core Values and Goals
In nature nothing creates itself and nothing destroys itself.
The only cause of trouble in the world
is you posing as a ‘person’.
How can something as obvious as this
be missed or even grasped?
“Structure supports spontaneity”
School Accountability Reports
Hands on: Daily Operations
FILE CABINET - A little Bureaucracy
Current Goals and Focus
Your voice: Feedback & Improvements
Dedication: upkeep, infrastructure and resources
Property, grounds, assets
Propos, Tools & Toys
Accounts, Insurances, Licenses, Permits
Suppliers & Supplies
MBCS & Public Relations
MBCS Foundation Board
Board Agenda and Minutes
Welcome to MBCS
You, Friends & Supporters
Cleanliness and respect
Speak with a person!
Link to AORs - Areas of Responsibility
Understanding this website
A solid framework to support growing up
discern the lifespan of information
keep information focused, up-to-date and relevant
provide transparency and ease of use
“BE the change you want to see in the world”
A good website is a very powerful tool.
I look at a website as a STREAM of information.
Your organization is alive, your homepage a dynamic canvas.
Your audience is diverse, your goal is simple: easily find what you need.
To welcome and guide your visitors into your website
keep the focus high and everyone on the same page!