Maine-Endwell School District is sponsoring the Digital Citizenship Summit, a free event open to students, parents, educators and all members of the community. Learn how students can harness the power of digital technology to make the world a better place.
The event will feature keynote speaker, Curran Dee. Curran is a fourth grader and the Chief Kid Officer of DigCitKids, and a TEDxYouth speaker. He created DigCitKids to combat the lack of digital access at his school. So far, Curran has given two TEDx talks about his experiences with the disconnect of technology between his school life and home life. He is the leader of the #bethatKINDofkid campaign.
The summit will also include #DigCitTalks, breakout sessions, student panel discussions and the premier of the documentary, “Positively Social,” which will include students, local and from across the country, speaking about digital citizenship.
WHAT | Digital Citizenship Summit EDU
WHERE | Maine-Endwell High School – 750 Farm to Market Road, Endwell, NY
WHEN | Saturday, February 25, 2017 – 8:00am to 2:30pm
REGISTER | Online or at the event
The event is free and includes lunch. Follow the event and engage during the summit with WSKG’s Education Department via Twitter.