VALPARAISO | Elena Williams uses an iPad to play a phonics game while Sam Dolson, 7, left and David Gonzalez, 7 watch in Laura Doran's first grade students at Central Elementary School as Central participated in Digital Learning Day in February, a national celebration of educators that shine…
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Choir instructor Lori Langridge leads the Memorial Junior High School Choir as they warm up Tuesday night during Family Learning Celebration at Memorial Junior High School. The choir performed following the school's concert band, and kindergarten students in District 158.
Visitors to Memorial junior High School listen to kindergarten students from District 158 perform Tuesday night during the Family Learning Celebration.
Fifth-grade students Israel Melendez, left, and Nathan Vana look at Nathan's robotics project at Memorial Junior High School Tuesday night during the Family Learning Celebration hosted by all schools in District 158. The celebration fetured concerts by children and bands, project exhibits, t…
Kindergarten students from Lansing School District 158 perform the song "You Have the Power" Tuesday night during the Family Learning Celebration at Memorial Junior High School. The event featured concerts by children and bands, project exhibits, technology demos and a variety of fun through…
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St. Paul's Lutheran School fifth-graders Faith Blair, Trevor Schoon and Steven Biegel launch an air-powered balloon rocket suspended on a fishing line strung between two chairs Tuesday at the Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana.
Aaron Wilkes, 11, right, watches as Commander Ann Vassar talks about the position and aerodynamics of a cargo hold mounted on a balloon rocker Tuesday at the Challenger Learning Center during a rocket lab for students from St. Paul's Lutheran School. The students were on a field trip at the …
First-grade teacher Laura Doran questions students as they play Reading Jeopardy on Wednesday as Central Elementary School in Valparaiso participated in Digital Learning Day, a national celebration of educators that shines a spotlight on successful instructional technology practice in classrooms.
Elena Williams uses an iPad to play a phonics game while Sam Dolson, 7, left and David Gonzalez, 7, watch Wednesday morning in Laura Doran's first-grade classroom at Central Elementary School in Valparaiso. Central students participated in the nationwide Digital Learning Day.
Lucas Adams, 7, left, and Yasmin Gallegos, 8, cheer while playing Reading Jeopardy in Laura Doran's first-grade classroom Wednesday morning at Central Elementary School in Valparaiso as part of the school's participation in Digital Learning Day.
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