Roxbury Township Public Schools - SAIL Parent Academies Offer Tech Help

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ROXBURY, NJ (October 23, 2020) – In a year requiring so much technology, the latest Student Academic Intervention and Learning (SAIL) Parent Academies couldn’t be more appropriate for students and families at Franklin and Nixon Elementary Schools. The “Tech Help” nights were afforded to families at these two schools through Title I funding which is based on the number of students enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program.

This first SAIL Parent Academy, coordinated by Kelly Freund took place this week at the individual schools and covered all things technology-related. Families were encouraged to share their technology questions and problems prior to their respective evenings. Troubleshooting topics included: getting to know your Chromebook, Google Classroom, Class DoJo, managing ClassLink, how to upload and share documents, meeting notifications, and more.

Alyssa Bellardino works with Holly Palen
Amelia Castellano and Jennifer Dranoff
Cathy McInnes working with mom Claudia Pinillos
Karen Kovarik works with Derek Klingener and his mom
Kelly Freund works with Kari Borrero
Kelly Freund works with Kari Borreros Family
Kristina Rodriguez works with Frank Castellano
Lynn Manney with Abigail Matosky
Lynn Manney with Alex Seipp
Lynn Manney with Matthew Reed
Marla Sarrel works with Justin Rizzi
Marla Sarrel works with Manisa Family
Sarah DiLorenzo works with Janine Charris
Victoria Arms with Amber Martin
Victoria Arms works with Avery Ramoo
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In an effort to maintain social distancing guidelines due to COVID, families made individual half-hour appointments with one of the teachers meeting outside of the school wearing masks in order to go over their technology questions. Families and teachers met with their Chromebooks open and clicked away as they walked through the various steps on how to access, submit, or troubleshoot their technology problems.

As with all of our parent academics, families received dinner, this time in a “Grab & Go” style-meal and a take away for the students that included a free wireless mouse and a Roxbury Strong mousepad.

The district’s purpose of holding SAIL Parent Academies is to educate parents on the things going on in their child’s elementary school and education. These academies were designed to make parents feel comfortable and welcome in their child’s school and to provide help for them in the easiest and most convenient ways possible. The district strives to remove any possible obstacles from participating including having translator services available for our non-English speaking families, free childcare for not just the child in the elementary school but for any age, as well as providing meals.

PHOTO ATTACHED (courtesy of Roxbury Schools)

  • · Amelia Castellano and Jennifer Dranoff talk about what programs the fourth grader can access to for math and reading.
  • · Kelly Freund works with Kari Borrero on how to use the Chromebook
  • · Kelly Freund works with Kari Borrero’s Family
  • · Kristina Rodriguez works with Frank Castellano and his mom on how to use the Chromebook
  • · Lynn Manney with Alex Seipp
  • · Lynn Manney with Matthew Reed
  • · Lynn Manney with Abigail Matosky
  • · Marla Sarrel works with Manisa Family
  • · Marla Sarrel works with Justin Rizzi
  • · Victoria Arms with Amber Martin
  • · Sarah DiLorenzo works with Janine Charris
  • · Karen Kovarik works with Derek Klingener and his mom
  • · Victoria Arms works with Avery Ramoo on how to take pictures and upload his work.
  • · Cathy McInnes working with mom Claudia Pinillos
  • · Alyssa Bellardino works with Holly Palen

VIDEO SLIDESHOW (courtesy of Roxbury Schools) · Roxbury Schools SAIL Parent Academy - https://spark.adobe.com/video/gvCjKvK2EwlGe


 

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