SELMA — Liberty-Perry Community School Corporation has been recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as a school of Promising Practice in the area of digital citizenship. Liberty-Perry’s Promising Practice is one of 200 education or wrap-around service programs to be recognized by the Department in honor of Indiana’s bicentennial celebration.
“We are proud to be the first Common Sense Education Certified District in the state of Indiana. Since we are 1:1 with iPads in grades 4 through 12, we have made digital citizenship a priority in our district. We want to be sure that students are being safe, responsible, and respectful with their technology.” Amy Everhart, District Technology Coach.
Identified programs, like Liberty-Perry Schools, are student-centered and focus on positively impacting students through innovative programming and activities that provide a high-quality learning environment and experience. Liberty-Perry’s Teaching Digital Citizenship Promising Practice will be shared with educators across the state of Indiana as an example of best practices that are having a positive impact on Hoosier students.
Additional information about the Promising Practices initiative can be found on the Department’s website: www.doe.in.gov/outreach/promising-practices.