STUDENTS SHOWCASE TECHNOLOGY EXPERTISE AT DIGITAL LITERACY NIGHT
Students were the technology experts at the fourth annual literacy night on March 23, 2017 as they showcased how technology and digital apps like Quizlet, Nearpod, Kahoot, Schoology, Plicker and Zearn are used daily to enhance and reinforce instruction.
From our youngest kindergarteners to seniors getting ready for life after high school, students demonstrated how digital apps add a dimension that makes learning memorable and encourages them to develop the 4 C’s of communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Throughout the high school, parents and students could visit various sessions to learn about Schoology, Leader in Me program, Science Olympiad, Career Exploration, robotics, and the district website and mobile app.
Watch the 2017 Digital Literacy Video now.
The opening video puts a spotlight on each grade level and how technology is used.
Students introducing their class video clips were Shawna McCarthy, kindergarten; Chloe DesSoye, grade 1; Sophia Dailey, grade 2; Olivia Toolen, grade 3; Jenna Stevens, grade 4; Makayla Seawood, grade 5; Paige Borodzik, grade 6; Miranda Arena, grade 7; Adam Scibetta, grade 8; Marcianna Cardona, grade 9; Kelsey Sikora, grade 10; Brandon Burka, grade 11 and Mohamad Naji, grade 12.