The election is upon us and now more than ever your vote can have a direct impact on the decisions that will impact your life. Just in the last year, decisions have come up about the school calendar, iPads for even
Our iPad reporting tool has been out for a just a few short weeks, and it is time to give the HSE community an update on the results thus far. The iPad reporting tool was created to help the district
Our Anonymous HSE iPad Reporting Tool has only been available for a short time, and we are already beginning to see patterns and areas to be addressed. By sharing this data with the community, we can work together to address
We’ve spent the last few weeks processing the school board’s “compromise” of the K-4 1:1 roll out plan. We have been searching to find a positive outlook, a silver lining, a way to turn this decision into something good.
This is the email we sent this morning before tonight’s meeting. It helps explain why our cause is strong, our community stronger, and why we are not endorsing a tit for tat competition with other parents and teachers.
Things are heating up here in Fishers as emotions flair over 1:1 iPads. A quick recap of how HSE Parents’ Voice came to be, and the current state of how far down the toilet the discussion has gone.
After attending a recent school board meeting and over an hour discussion about the K-4 1:1 roll out, 3 parent questions questions are still unanswered.
Congratulations Fishers parents! In a few short weeks, over 500 of us from across the district have signed a petition asking for HSE schools to delay the K-4 1:1 iPad roll out.
You may have been hearing about the K-4 1:1 iPad roll out in HSE. You may have also heard something about a petition, and perhaps you’re wondering why parents are getting bent out of shape over iPads. I am one of those parents who doesn’t want an iPad in the hands of my 6 year-old.