Wednesday, February 18th was the 5th annual Digital Learning Day sponsored by the Alliance for Excellent Learning. In celebration, students at Columbus Middle School and Stokes-Beard Technology and Communications Magnet School created videos to introduce the animated characters created for each respective school by WonderGrove, LLC. , a company owned by Terry Thoren, the production manager and producer, known for Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys and Rocket Power.
Columbus Middle School has an after school club that meets regularly and will create content using the four middle school age characters to education students at CMS in all areas of character education including digital safety. Stokes-Beard has a team that will do the same with the four characters created for them sharing their content with all elementary schools in the district.
You can view the videos they created for the event by visiting our Digital Learning Day page at http://www.columbuscityschools.org/digital-learning-day-2016/.