Personalized Learning Time: Like it or Leave it?


Students enjoy old-school gaming during personalized learning time.

Kyara Jean-Louis

The introduction of Personalized Learning Time (P.L.T.) has some Conrad Weiser students longing for the good ole’ days of MPP.  This year, P.L.T. replaces MPP at the end of the day and allows students to choose a club or activity of their choice.  From club meetings to games and crafts, P.L.T. is designed to give students the opportunity to enjoy an activity they might not otherwise.  Of course, they can always choose tutoring or a quiet study hall, but many students have embraced e-sports gaming, board games, and nature walks.  Even though P.L.T. was met with mixed reactions, overall students are enjoying having a say in how they end their day.