Digital citizenship education should be a community effort, and the impact can be more powerful when students have multiple trusted adults they can discuss issues with. One issue that’s becoming increasingly important both in and out of the classroom revolves around the following question, “How do we keep children and young people safe online while ensuring their technology use is positive and purposeful?” With Parent/Teacher conferences fast approaching we thought it would be a good time to share with you this post. This post offers 10 tips for parents looking to help their child navigate their digital lives. The attached image shows only abbreviated tips. See the post for full details.
First, second, and third graders learned about street safety this week at an assembly program sponsored by UDOT. Please check out their website to get tips on walking and biking to school.
To make up for the instructional time lost due to the weather-related cancellation of school on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, a make-up day will be held on Presidents Day.
All Canyons District schools will now hold school on Feb. 17 on their usual Monday schedules. Buses also will be operating that day.
The Presidents Day holiday was previously set aside by the District’s Calendar Committee as the designated make-up day for emergency school closures for the 2019-2020 school year. Under Utah law, public schools must conduct school for at least 990 instructional hours over a minimum of 180 days each academic year, and recover any days lost due to inclement weather. Districts are expected to build a recovery day into their calendars so as to provide families and employees advance notice of the possible need and timing for a make-up day.
Be nice to each other, it’s really all that matters!
There’s a new buzz in town….Intuitive Living! Up for the challenge?
Exercise because you like a stronger, more energized YOU!
Eat foods that make YOU feel good.
Eat when you’re hungry and until your satisfied, but not stuffed.
Enjoy your food…savor every bite.
Eliminate guilt and diets (they’re dumb and don’t work anyway).
Eventually you will find, you might lose weight and feel better.