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NOTE: Photos should be 1138X921 pixels.

This page serves as your dashboard for edits and changes to your Digital Signage.

To add "Announcements":

Click on Advanced Options located in the top right of this editor window. A window will pop open above this text editor. Then choose Manage Announcements. From here, add and delete options. You have no limit to the number of announcements that will scroll through your signage. HOWEVER, each announcement displays for 10 seconds. Leaving old announcements will significantly increase the waiting time a visitor will have to wait to see any new updates. Because of this, please remember to DELETE old announcements. 

To add "Snap Shot" photos:

Click on Images and Files, it is the blue icon above this editor window. You are allowed 6 images total. Images MUST BE named image1.jpg, image2.jpg, image3.jpg, etc until you reach 10. Images named incorrectly WILL NOT display on signage. Please keep images in a square ratio and at least 1138X921 pixels large.

Preview link: **Note: This may take a few minutes to display**

Here is a detailed guide to help answer any additional signage questions: 
Digital Signage Training Guide.pdf
Welcome, everyone!
It's a great day to be at Crossroads.

Rachel's Challenge
Rachel's Challenge encourages all of us to speak and act with kindness on a daily basis, creating a "chain reaction" of kindness that will spread to others.

PBIS Core Values
Be kind.
Be responsible.
Be courageous.

Benefits of Gratitude
Writing in a gratitude journal improves sleep, according to a 2011 study published in "Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being". Spend just 15 minutes jotting down a few grateful sentiments before bed, and you may sleep better and longer.

The Full Beaver Moon
November’s full Moon is traditionally called the Beaver Moon. Why this name? In the Colonial Era, this was the month to set one’s beaver traps before the swamps froze and beavers retired to their lodges, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs.

Jingle Bells & Thanksgiving?
Turns out, we first started dashing through the snow for an entirely different holiday. James Lord Pierpont wrote the song called "One Horse Open Sleigh" for his church's Thanksgiving concert in the mid-19th century.