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North Hills invites public to Technology Open House

The public is invited to attend North Hills Christian School’s (NHCS) Technology Open House from 9 to 10 a.m. March 17.
Guests may tour individual classrooms and experience various components of the school’s integrated technology program in action.
NHCS’s innovative technology program is modeled after another schoolís K-12 tech program that has received international recognition and study.
NHCS’ program puts technology in the hands of students to enhance learning while teaching students the tech skills needed for the future.
Every high school student is issued a tablet PC for use at school. No pen and paper is needed. Students take notes, record lectures, weigh in on topics via discussions groups. store files, take and e-mail tests, email homework assignments.
Guests will see students and teachers engaged with various tech programs used in the classroom including Onenote, DyKnow, Learning.com, Seriously Gaming, Skype, and more.
Guests may also see a demo of Renweb, the school’s new web-based school management software and school information system.
Renweb provides parents and students instant access to information such as homework assignments, grades, behavior reports, attendance, lunch ordering, lesson plans and more. Student achievement and communication is greatly improved.
Reservations required. RSVP by emailing Nikki Eagle at neagle@northhillschristian.com or by calling 704-636-3005, ext. 109.

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