Janna Belavic and Diana Hlavsa's
1st graders at Level Green Elementary
use reflective artificial intelligence to foster
high order skills like computational intelligence and coding.
Stephanie Martini's Honors 10 English students utilize the picnic tables
in the outdoor courtyard while they read Tuesdays With Morrie.
Third grade students in Eric Nese's social studies class at McCullough Elementary
complete a writing prompt displayed on a Vizio Smart Television.
Cathy Suman's 3rd grade students at McCullough Elementary
work at interactive tables during flexible math group time and some utilize the stand-up desks.
Coach Dave Ruby's football players use iPads to review their performance in practice.
Players and coaches also utilize the iPads to watch opponent game film
to prepare for weekly games and coaches are able to instantaneously review game film
to make immediate adjustments on the field.
Staci Harnden's 1st graders at Sunrise Elementary
learn to program Edison Robots to accomplish various tasks and challenges.
Zachary Furnish, a student in Katie Caruso's elementary classroom,
asks Amazon Echo how the dinosaurs became extinct.
The Echo is used to answer science, reading, and math questions
as well as help with spelling, reminders, and timers.
Kristy Hartman, Stephanie Miller, and Tara Guerrieri's
elementary students work hard on their match facts.
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Jen Haberberger's art student, Erin Kelly, hangs artwork
on the display boards purchased by the PTCEF grant.
Jamie Riston's Trafford Middle School band plays at the pep rally
using instruments provided by the PTCEF grant.
First graders utilize the new reading centers, which included carpets, shelving, book bins,
and new books, in Kristy Giovannitti's classroom at Sunrise Elementary School.
Students in Maria MacArthur's classroom complete reading activities with
materials purchased by the PTCEF.
Second grade students came to Kelly Pratt's room to explore coding through
Wonder Workshop's Dash and Dot, programmable robots that teach coding and
problem-solving skills. Students worked collaboratively to design pathways and solve
coding issues through iPad apps that allow elementary students to learn coding.
Manor Library Grant allows for students to play and create at Make-It Stations.