Parent Education Night on Digital Learning

 

Thursday, January 24th

5:30 - 7:30pm

@ PHS

 

Digital Learning is one of the district's initiatives this year called Ignite Chatham. Ignite Chatham is an instructional initiative that illuminates connections and coherence between multiple district programs, priorities, and previous initiatives. These efforts will ignite innovative instruction, empower student learning, and launch CCS to new heights. #igniteCCS

 

In an effort to bring parents and teachers together around digital learning in the classroom, the PHS PTA is sponsoring a Digital Learning night on January 24th from 5:30-7:30. All families are encouraged to attend.

 

RSVPs are required for this event. We need to make sure we have enough staff for the evening. Thank you!

 

Event Schedule:

 

5:30 - 6:15
arrive, mingle, etc.

 

6:15 - 6:35
Presentation by Delia DeCourcy, Executive Director for Digital Teaching & Learning

 

6:35 - 7:15
Breakout sessions for parents to experience digital learning in the classroom. Learn about Osmo, SeeSaw, Google Expedition, Plickers and Padlet, Freckle, student accessibility and more!
You can attend any session you are interested in, you are not limited to your child's grade only!

 

7:15 - 7:30
Wrap-up and feedback as a group

 

 

Please RSVP with number of adults, students (child care is available for all PHS students only), and your student's grade level by Monday, January 21st.

 

RSVP TODAY!

 

 

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