“Embracing the Digital Age: Hemlock Public Schools Utilize Latest Tech Trends for Back to School”
– Hemlock Public Schools are incorporating the latest technology trends into their curriculum, including a new podcast and carpool karaoke.
– The school’s superintendent, Don Killingbeck, emphasizes the importance of communicating with students in a way that resonates with them and allows for some fun.
– The school’s new podcast, called the Husky Pack podcast, features a special series where students share their experiences and insights about high school.
– Students like senior Ana Rodriguez highlight the benefit of using technology in the classroom, as they will be the ones teaching future generations how to use it.
Hemlock Public Schools in Michigan are staying ahead of the curve by embracing the latest technology trends for this school year. The school has introduced a new podcast and carpool karaoke as part of their efforts to engage and communicate with students. Superintendent Don Killingbeck emphasizes the importance of reaching students where they are and making sure that the school’s message is communicated effectively. The Husky Pack podcast, led by communications intern Jacob Greer, features a special series dedicated to students sharing their perspectives on high school. Senior Alyssa Rivette discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected her class, while senior Ana Rodriguez highlights the role of technology in preparing students for the future. The school’s curriculum incorporates podcasting and vlogging from a young age as part of their STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) program. By giving students a platform to share their thoughts and experiences, Hemlock Public Schools aims to provide valuable content that resonates with both students and parents. (Source: www.abc12.com)