DCC students participate in activity

(Foreground) DuBois Central Catholic kindergarten students Nadia Banyk, Ezra Mitchell, and Jacie Bash take turns practicing their analytical skills under the guidance of their teacher, Kelle Pompeii. Students were using the physical puzzle pieces found in the Tangram Activity of the OSMO System on the iPad, which has the technical ability to detect if the students are completing their puzzle correctly or not. In the background, Sarah Winslow, Elementary Technology Teacher, watches over students Hope Hannah, Carter Hoover, and Anna Roy during their weekly Push-In Tech lesson. According to Winslow, DCC elementary has fourteen (14) OSMO Systems, with three to five activity sets in each, including the following: Tangram, interactive puzzles; Words, spelling enrichment; Coding, computer science; Numbers, math enrichment; Monster, social interaction skills; Pizza, math supplement; and Master Piece, art skills. Kindergarten sections of Kelle Pompeii and Stacey Frank participated in this OSMO activity coordinated by Winslow.

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