Students will need to back-up their files (photos, docments, iMovies, etc.) before they hand in their iPads for the summer. The following video tutorial provides instruction on how to back-up all of your files:
“We teach today’s students in a 19th century agrarian system, using a 20th century industrial curriculum, and then send them out into a 21st century digital world. There’s a disconnect here. We have to change the system and that’s why we should care about innovation.” Scott Montgomery - 2006
The changing landscape of the world’s information from analog form to digital form will certainly require today’s student to have a different set of skills than what was required just a decade ago. Future graduates must not be equipped with just the three R’s, but also must be equipped with 21st Century Skills of problem solving, critical thinking, communication, and technological literacy. Students will need to be able to quickly and accurately find answers to questions, synthesize information, communicate and collaborate with colleagues--not just in their own office, but with a global community of colleagues and customers. Together with parents and community members, Northeastern Wayne School Corporation wants to help students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to responsibly navigate through this emerging modern world.
Northeastern students and staff:
600 iPads for grades 7-12
Staff using iBooks Author and other on-line resources to create and replace textbooks
ECA and I-Step testing on iPads
Improved student and staff communication and more timely feedback provided
Critical thinking, problem-solving and creativity enhanced with use of iWork & iLife software on the iPads
Daily Announcements: Northeastern Junior/Senior High School
Thursday May 23, 2013http://nhs.nws.k12.in.us
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Reporting an absence: If your child is going to be absent – please call the office 847-2591 by 10:00 am the day of the absence.IF YOU WANT HOMEWORK FOR THE DAY OF THE ABSENCE YOU MUST REQUEST IT BY 10:00AM AND PICK IT UP THAT SAME AFTERNOON.
Lockers:ALL Lockers must be cleaned out by the last day of school.This includes Hall lockers and Gym/Sports lockers.Anything left in the lockers will NOT be kept – everything will be discarded.
Last Day of School:Last Day of School Tuesday May 28th.No School Monday May 27th.
Students of the Week:Students of the Week are Kristopher Bond and Billy Bullock.
Girls Basketball:No Girls Basketball this week.You will meet again Tuesday May 28th – right after school.
Cheerleading: Next years JV and Varsity cheerleaders will meet during SRT this Friday to discuss camp and summer practice schedule. Please be there to get your info. Also, if you have not turned in your uniforms from this year, please bring to this meeting.
Physicals: Reid sports physicals are May 29, June 19, and July 17 starting at 6p.m at the Reid Rehabilitation Center on Chester Boulevard.Cost is $10 and is open to all student athletes.
Regular Lunch: Cooks Choice
*$2.40 per day / $12.00 per week
* Breakfast is served in the Cafeteria Daily we start at 7:50 and end serving at 8:05 ($1.50 per day for breakfast)
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