Distance learning recommenced for PVSchools students on Monday, November 23.
This year we are continuing to implement a Digital Citizenship program at Fireside. This program uses Common Sense Media’s Digital Citizenship Curriculum: View the curriculum.
The digital world is expanding at lightning speed and bringing with it amazing opportunities and complex challenges for everyone. When you teach digital citizenship to students, you help create a school culture that supports safe, positive, appropriate, responsible and kind digital citizens and technology users. With great opportunity brings a greater responsibility to teach our students about digital citizenship. The following are the main goals for our Fireside Elementary Digital Citizenship Program:
We have Digital Citizenship-Certified Parent Volunteers that will be teaching one lesson a month, beginning in September, to our 3rd-6th grade students. Each unit reinforces developmentally appropriate topics.
The six major focus areas that they will cover in these lessons are:
We have dedicated this section on our Fireside website with an overview of the Digital Citizenship lessons that will be taught each month at each grade level. Each grade level section provides each lesson’s Essential Question, Learning Overview, and Learning Objectives.
We believe this program brings students, families, and educators together to create world-class digital citizens for the 21st century. If you have any questions please feel free to email Mrs. Simmons or email Mrs. Smith.
For more information for parents, please visit the official Common Sense Media website.