Penny War adds up to another successful year for Belnap Foundation
Junior High Student Council is excited to share the Penny War success held on behalf of The Belnap Foundation--devoted to helping children and their families with Rare Childhood Diseases. Students in our district are assisted with medical expenses. We love this!! Winning classes at Mid-School: Ms. Gagnon's 6th Grade Class with 37,605 Points. Ms. Schimmel's 4th Grade Class with $780.11 Winning classes at the Junior High: Mr. Greenwade's 5th Period Class with 26,931 Points & 5th Period PE with $552.78. Total K-8 Fundraising: $7,299.25!
PLAY DIGITAL COMPASS NOW!!!!! FREE!!! ONLINE!!!!
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Digital Compass is a free, online educational game that addresses the key issues that kids face in the digital world – cyberbullying, privacy and security, creative credit and copyright, information literacy, Internet safety, digital footprint and reputation, self-image and identity, relationships and communication – and gives students the freedom to explore how their digital interactions may impact their real-life relationships and future opportunities.
In the 21st Century, it is essential for people to be aware of the rights and responsibilities that are related to digital citizenship. The lessons in Digital Compass have been developed from Common Sense Education’s K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, and are valuable tools for parents, teachers, and students to improved digital safety and awareness.
Social Media Matters! Be Responsible....
Social Media Tips: Oversharing-Think Before You Post
New Mid/Jr High Model Building Club
Mr. Jose Ortiz, the new Art teacher for the Middle School and Junior High, has started a Model Building Club for Middle School and Junior High School Students. You can find more information on the club by clicking on the 'Activities and Clubs' link on the left menu, or by clicking on the logo below: