2855 Colonial Blvd • Fort Myers, FL 33966
Phone: 239.334.1102 • TTD/TTY: 239.335.1512
Our Mission: To ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential
Our Vision: To be a world-class school system
Dictionary project working with DOE
Educationalese Terms Dictionary
Spanish Keyboard—For those of
you who would like a Spanish Keyboard with all
the accents right at your fingertips, and you
don't want to always be referring to the ASCII
code, the solution is really simple. Go to the
Settings menu under
Start and open the Control
Panel. Double-click on the Keyboard
icon and select Language.
Choose the Spanish keyboard you desire and click
OK. Windows will enable an
indicator on the taskbar. All you have to do is
click on the indicator on the taskbar to switch
the keyboard from Spanish to English and
vice-versa. You can switch the keyboard at
anytime, even in the middle of a document.
Evelyn Rivera, Ed.S.
Luz Merced, M.S.
Carla Huck, Ed.M.
Alison Clines, M.A.
ESOL Compliance Specialist