Digital Citizenship Week October 10/16-10/20 As students step up and out onto the Internet, EGUSD wants to ensure that they understand the need to think before they post – to treat others with respect, to build and maintain a positive digital footprint, to protect their online privacy and the privacy of others, and to respect intellectual property boundaries. Digital Citizenship lessons are integrated into the computer education curriculum here at Pleasant Grove and these concepts are also
September 17th is Constitution Day. Federal law requires every federally funded educational institution to educate students on the history and importance of the U.S. Constitution on this day. Below are a few links to learn about and commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.
You may remember this video from the first day of school a couple of years ago (2021) when we first opened after new construction. The field and playground were not finished until later that year.
If you need a little reminder about getting started on your Chromebook & using the Portal, watch the video below. IGNORE the part about ZOOM meetings at the end, that information is no longer relevant.
Typing prizes will be raffled off at the end of the year assembly on Wed., May 24th. The cutoff for tests & completion of lessons was Friday, May 12th. Tickets will be handed out on May 22nd and if students have multiple tickets, students must cut them up prior to the assembly to use them.