Archive for month: March, 2019
RAISING CYBERSMART MIDDLE SCHOOLERS
How to reduce your child’s online risks
This workshop will explore online safety and responsibility for middle school children. Parents will learn about cyberbullying myths and realities, inappropriate content, and how to promote a positive digital reputation for their child.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019 – 6:00PM
JAMES BLAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL MEDIA CENTER
101 LONGHILL ROAD
WILLIAMSBURG, VA 23185
Seating is limited. Register online at https://wjccschools.org/parentacademy or contact Dr. Felicia Highland at (757) 603-6541
The SOL Writing Bootcamp was a wonderful success this year. We couldn’t have done it without the support of the many teachers who volunteered to work with our 85 participants. Students were engaged in five learning stations each day. We doubled our numbers from last year, and we had the opportunity to work with one third of our 8th grade students who attended one or more of our six days of Bootcamp. That’s reason to celebrate as we wish the kids best of luck next week.
Special thanks to…
8th grade English teachers – Mrs. Lane, Ms. Roketentz, Mrs. Poe, and me
Specialists – Ms. Cooke, Mrs. Stumpf, Mrs. Long, and Mrs. Marrow
Student teachers – Ms. Cymerman, Ms. Petrovich, Ms. Hunt, and Miss French
7th grade teachers – Mrs. Poe, Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. Hinojosa, and Mr. Dawson
6th grade teacher – Mrs. Ellis
Parents and teachers who donated snacks, fruit, and gift cards.
Mrs. Franklin for arranging for more snacks.
Dr. Ellison for supporting our efforts.
This year’s access code is HRMYBK19.
Online orders are due by March 28th.
Mail-in deadline has passed.