Submitted by SiteAdmin on Mon, 12/15/2014 - 6:15am
Julie Frieswyk of the University of Delaware’s Horn Program in Entrepreneurship was invited by Campus Community business and technology teacher Donna Saunders to speak to Genius Hour students as well as 8th graders.
The University of Delaware’s Horn Program runs the Diamond Challenge, an innovative business concept competition that aims to teach participants how to build their businesses like scientists by gathering evidence to test the validity of business model assumptions.
Julie Frieswyk, coordinator of youth and external programs for the Horn Program, introduced Campus Community students to the world of entrepreneurship, discussing the concepts taught in the Diamond Challenge.
Submitted by SiteAdmin on Tue, 10/14/2014 - 12:12am
Campus Community School kicked off October as Cyber Security Awareness Month with an interactive presentation sponsored by The Department of Technology and Information (DTI).
The presentation on Wednesday, October 1st, for 4th and 5th graders used videos and interaction with students to cover the topics of Cyber Citizenship, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Security, and Personal Safety.
Computer technology teacher Donna Saunders commented, "It was a great experience seeing our Campus Community students engaging in a lively discussion about the importance of internet safety. Our students were excited to watch the video presentation from the Delaware Department of Technology and gave Emily Wilson there attention to such an important topic and issue."