NORWICH – Norwich City School District parents and the community at large will have an opportunity to experience the many ways in which modern technology is being utilized at the Perry Browne Intermediate School, as it prepares to host its first-ever Spring Technology Fling on Tuesday from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Those attending the event in the school’s auditorium will have a chance to attend three individual, 20-minute informational sessions, each dedicated to a specific technological topic, as well as a program on Internet safety in the home, said secretary to the principal Betsy Greeley.
Topics will include various online resources including IXL Math, Sibelius music writing software, Internet math sites, student technology projects, school center webpage and sharing, home access to the district’s webpage, a SMART Board demonstration and more, she added.
“We’re really excited about this and we’re hoping to make it an annual event,” said Greeley of the Spring Tech Fling. “We’re always looking for more ways to get the community involved with the school.”
Greeley singled out the Internet safety program as one of extreme importance, considering the many potential dangers facing young web-surfers these days...