myON in the News
This year’s summit will spotlight the community-wide ‘Read on myON’ program, which provides free digital books to more than 245,000 users
(Hillsborough, FL) May 4, 2017 — Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS), along with nine community partners, today announces the 6th annual summer reading initiative with myON, the leading provider of personalized literacy solutions in the K-12 marketplace. The community-wide program, “Read on...
The personalized literacy solution was selected as a 2017 REVERE Award honoree in the Classroom category
(Minneapolis, MN) April 20, 2017 – myON today announced that it has been honored by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) with the 2017 REVERE Award for the Best in Digital and Media Literacies. As one of many in a diverse group of innovative and rich educational resources in the Classroom category, myON’s win showcases the exceptional quality and vision of the...
Bauleke will join forces with myON President Todd Brekhus to lead the personalized literacy provider to a new phase of exponential growth
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN) April 4, 2017 — myON, the leading provider of personalized literacy solutions for the K-12 marketplace (including the newly launched myON News), today announced Chris Bauleke as its CEO. Bauleke has a long history of helping develop and expand growth-oriented technology companies,...
District Administration | June 2017
A systemic, schoolwide approach to social-emotional learning can help reach every child.
What was the reasoning behind wanting to link current events to reading literacy for K8 students?
The main reason is that we saw a gap in the current products on the market that are addressing news. We felt that some of the products that are out there for elementary and middle school students were more like aggregated articles written for adults and not with the sensitivities of writing for a school-age...
Education Dive | May 19, 2017
Using a "triangle" approach to reach more positive outcomes, E.A. Cox Middle School Principal Tim Webb targeted the issues of discipline, academics and social-emotional learning to get results and reduce high staff turnover rates and the number of disciplinary incidents, he said in a recent article for eCampus News.
Webb said the school shifted its disciplinary approach...
eSchool News | May 18, 2017
A principal shares how his data-based approach to discipline, academics, and SEL have transformed his middle school.
Every child deserves the opportunity to lead, learn, grow, and succeed. It’s only through a 360-degree approach to learning that we can provide these necessary opportunities to all children. At E.A. Cox Middle School, we are committed to a “whatever it takes” approach to success for each student entrusted to our care. In order to truly dedicate ourselves to this method, my staff and I decided two...