Avonworth School District will host two events as part of Remake Learning Days Across America, the Nation’s biggest family-friendly festival of learning.
Avonworth Primary Center will host a Pre-K/ Kindergarten Technology event as part of Remake Learning Days Across America, a family friendly festival to engage caregivers, parents and kids in hands-on activities that build knowledge and spark creativity.
Come and explore various technology options for pre-K and kindergarten age children. This free event will take place on May 12 from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Avonworth Primary Center.
Students will have the opportunity to explore with Bee Bots, Circuit Blocks, Coding with IPads, and video making.
More information about the Pre-K/Kindergarten Technology event
.Look for the Helper Day
Avonworth Elementary School will also participate in Remake Learning Days Across America.
As Mr. Rogers said, “look for the helpers” whenever something is happening! On Friday, May 20th, AES will spend the day utilizing STEAM and Outdoor Learning to be helpers in our community! This will include advocacy projects, community service, and outdoor learning experiences for our students. Local members will come present to our students on a variety of opportunities to get involved, as we work to be positive difference-makers in our community!More information about the Look for the Helper Day
Avonworth’s events are among many learning opportunities that are a part of Remake Learning Days in the Southwest Pennsylvania region. Southwest Pennsylvania is one of 17 regions around the nation that are hosting more than 1,000 events this spring as part of a growing movement to tap community partners to lead programs around six themes: Arts, Maker, Outdoor Learning, Science, Technology and Youth Voice.
Remake Learning Days will take place in our area from May 12-May 23. Find a complete list of events and registration information on the Remake Learning Days website
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