Mr. Dougherty, where’s my schedule?

Even though I’m using a new and fairly robust software to create students’ and teachers’ schedules, almost every student schedule requires additional manual adjustment. For instance, if a student couldn’t be scheduled for a particular elective, I search for one that will fit, meaning I might have to move other courses around to provide a […]

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Maine is more fun than scheduling. That’s just the way it is.

I’ve ventured from the woods of Maine to check email, and so I thought I’d post a quick note from Vacationland.  That’s not a metaphor; that’s what Maine calls itself.  Talk to them. Let’s be clear:  I’ve not even LOOKED at a schedule since I left last week.  Feels great.  But I have been reading.  […]

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Maine is more fun than scheduling. That’s just the way it is.

I’ve ventured from the woods of Maine to check email, and so I thought I’d post a quick note from Vacationland.  That’s not a metaphor; that’s what Maine calls itself.  Talk to them. Let’s be clear:  I’ve not even LOOKED at a schedule since I left last week.  Feels great.  But I have been reading.  […]

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Who knew scheduling could be fun?

Yesterday I started the actual scheduling of classes in a new (for Archmere) scheduling program called Rediker.  (Since we’ve moved all of our student data to a new system,  I needed a new scheduling program, too.) All the preparation that has led up to this point (I explained that in my last post) pays off […]

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Who knew scheduling could be fun?

Yesterday I started the actual scheduling of classes in a new (for Archmere) scheduling program called Rediker.  (Since we’ve moved all of our student data to a new system,  I needed a new scheduling program, too.) All the preparation that has led up to this point (I explained that in my last post) pays off […]

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