Owensboro Innovation Academy students created living museums at OPS’ Estes Elementary School and DCPS’ Meadowlands Elementary School on Friday, Nov. 18 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:35 p.m. OIA students were dressed as Renaissance historical figures bringing history alive.
Kentucky education leaders attended the Leader In Me Symposium at the Owensboro Convention Center to learn effective ways to use the Leader In Me Program in their schools. As part of the conference, some of the leaders went on student led tours of Estes Elementary School.
The New York-based Harlem Ambassadors visited Sutton Elementary to spread the word about anti-bullying.
The Newport Aquarium brought small sharks for OMS South students and staff to look at and study.
DCPS and OPS Youth Service Center leaders are partnering up to show the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” a film that focuses on social media bullying
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