Digital Well-Being from Common Sense Media
Their mission is to "ensure kids' digital well-being is more relevant and vital than ever."
There are four digital activity levels:
- Content Creation
To learn more about Digital Well-Being
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Episode 1: Digital Citizenship
Episode 2: Digital Well-Being
Episode 3: Gaming & eSports
Episode 4: Summer Virtual Tours
Episode 5: (Coming Soon) WPS Digital Direction & Student Experiences
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Wanting educational summer activities? Check these out!
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3D Designing: Only needing a browser, start creating your 3D designs using sketchup.com.
Coding: The way computers communicate is through coding. Coding basics are if/then statements. Using these websites, practice your skills.
Digital Escape Room: There are K-12 levels of these investigative games. Use the given clues to figure out the answers to the locks.
Game Creation: Use kodugamelab.com to create games on PC using this simple visual programming tool.
Music Creation: In musiclab.chromeexperiments, explore, create, & listen to your song.
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The Board of Education approved a revised 20-21 school year calendar with September 8 as the first day of school for all students and May 25 as the last day of school.
At the July 30 Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the purchase of eSports desktop stations and enrollment of five schools in the eSports League for three years.
On July 23, the Board of Education approved three learning options for families when they return to school in the fall that best fits their child’s needs. They also directed the Calendar Committee to come back with a recommendation that starts the school year after Labor Day.
On July 17, the BOE held a workshop to look at Employee Supports and protocols to support physical, mental and professional development needs for staff.