Grade 9 student have begun work on their cross-curricular project, “Electricity Generation: Must see it to know it!” They will visit ten different energy generation plants across Canada and Costa Rica. They have written letters of application in English and soon they will learn which type of energy generator they will visit.
CFIS’s cross-country students sprinted into the Secondary Division doors on our school’s first non-instructional (professional development) day of the year, when most other students were still sleeping. This shows the commitment of this group of students, and why they are taking Calgary by storm.
As we continue to develop knowledge of and skills in digital citizenship with CFIS students, it is important to create a common language between home and school to work together to ensure we are creating responsible safe future ready individuals. Here are some tips and tricks to help foster digital citizenship with your children at home: