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Growing up in the digital age provides unlimited opportunities for students to connect, learn, and share information, which is why Davidson Day School held its first Digital Citizenship Week Aug. 22-26, planned with the guidance of area expert Susan Wind of Parents kNOwMORE and resources available from the nonprofit organization, Common Sense Media.
At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year, students will take part in classroom lessons, assemblies and seminars that will comprise Davidson Day’s Digital Citizenship Week August 22-26. The goal of the week is to encourage young people to harness the power of the Internet and digital technology for learning, while at the same time serving and operating as safe, responsible and savvy digital citizens.
As a community service project, Davidson Day 5th and 6th graders worked with Food For Days to help provide individually-portioned, nutritionally-balanced food for kids to take home in their backpacks on the weekend when school meals are not available.