November 13th, 2022
Week of Giving
Please send in canned food, boxed items, etc. Here is a list below of frequently requested items:
- Grains: Cereal, Granola Bars, and Pasta
- Fruits & Veggies: Canned Fruit & Vegetables, Individual Citrus & Juice & Applesauce Cups, Jelly, and Pasta Sauce
- Proteins: Beef Stew, Hearty Soups, Peanut Butter, Chicken, Tuna, and Beans
- Dry Goods: Mac & Cheese, Dried Fruit, Go Go Yogurtz, and Pudding Cups
Save the Date - Nov. 15th Family Night
Cool Cat Photos
School Read - Because of Winn-Dixie
Keep reading along with us! This week we are reading...
Nov. 8th-14th: Read Chapters 25-End of the book
Digital Citizenship Program 2022-203
Raising kids in this digital age is difficult. Whether we’d like to admit it or not, the time our children spend on various digital platforms can make them vulnerable in the online world. Our district places such a high importance on keeping your children safe, we want to do everything we can to equip you with resources and tools that will help you raise responsible digital citizens. Therefore, as a part of our District Digital Citizenship Implementation Plan (https://bit.ly/NTDL22), we are partnering with a company called Neptune Navigate, a service that teaches students and families how to be smart and stay safe online.
Neptune Navigate is made up of comprehensive, online learning modules that are designed to take 20 minutes or less for your child to complete. You’ll also find “Continue the Conversation (https://neptunenavigate.com/ctc/)”, a module for parents. This is an important resource for you to further the discussion with your child about being a good digital citizen. The topics your child will cover through this program include digital citizenship, cyberbullying, digital footprint, social media and digital world basics, media literacy, privacy, and tech laws/age appropriateness. This year they will only complete the digital citizenship and cyberbullying courses. The “Continue the Conversation” module will correspond with each of these topics. For middle and high school students, the lessons will likely be completed independently while younger students may be completing these in Media class.
Our desire is to work together to keep your children smart and safe online. Thank you for allowing us to partner with you in this endeavor.
Wrightsboro Elementary School