Our second graders visited the land of giants this week at the Dinosaur Exhibit of the Paleontological Museum of Shenyang. An understanding of natural history is a critical part of a child’s education.
Our fourth graders engaged in reciprocal reading as modeled by their instructor. The students are reading Snow Treasure, a novel about the Nazi occupation of Norway. Reciprocal reading assists students with vocabulary, summarization and clarification.
Nate Gray utilizes the smart board in Kindergarten to demonstrate important numerical concepts to his classmates.
Our middle school students demonstrated the power of recycling by building a table completely out of wire hangers.
Flores Asturiano Sebastian uses a band saw to shape wood for his book holder in the Maker Space. The book holder will keep his books open while allowing him to use his hands for other tasks.