Browning students go large to celebrate Michigan history
Browning students go large in their Michigan studies
Posted on 12/08/2017
Three students sitting on a Michigan Map next to a bright orange cone

The Media Center continues to be a HUB for learning. Not only have all students practiced coding skills during the initiative “Hour of Code” from the code.org website but, 2nd through Sixth grade students learned coding skills and practiced computational thinking while working on recently purchased Dot & Dash Robots.   The money for the new robots was purchased with profits from the book fair.  Please don’t forget you can access code.org from home.

Additionally, third grade students got to experience a “life sized map” of Michigan.  This unique experience was made possible by borrowing the map from the MISD. A special thanks to Mr. Scott for arranging for pick-up.  The students loved the experience of walking around Michigan and the co-taught experiences from Mr. Scott and Mr. Furtah. 

January will have students focusing on Common Sense Media lessons.  Some of these lessons include: Screen Out the Mean, Super Digital Citizen, Privacy Rules and Cyberbulling: Be an Upstander.