Watertown Community Foundation and the Watertown Public Schools are pleased to present a screening of “Most Likely to Succeed.” Come see this ground breaking movie about education, and be a part of the discussion about the future of education in Watertown – with parents, other residents, students and faculty.
Schools systems around the nations are using the ideas from the movie to drive discussions about re-imagining education and what our students are capable of. Sal Khan of the Khan Academy says of this movie: “The 21st century is going to be all about building, creating, and innovating. This remarkable film shows a path of how we can empower all of our children to do that.”
Two show times will be held at Watertown High School’s auditorium on Feb. 4, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. At 6.15 p.m. there will be a Q&A session from audience members to students and staff members, moderated by a Director of the Watertown Community Foundation. The WHS Fab Lab will be open a half hour before and after the movies for walk throughs. Register for this free event online by clicking here.