We held our first Trunk or Treat! The teachers dressed up as various Disney characters and the students dressed up as various characters from books, TV shows, and movies. In the afternoon, virtual students were able to join the students in school for a parade. During the parade the boys and girls received goody [...]
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The Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos or Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere associated with the Catholic celebrations of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day, and is held on November 1 and 2. The multi-day holiday involves family and friends gathering to pray for and to remember friends and family members who have died. [...]
The Lifesavers Club has restarted its activities once again, starting with fresh faces and fresh hopes of another tremendous year. To kick it off, Mrs. Fatma and Imran, along with our club members, organized an agenda for the month of October. Campus students can enjoy the elaborate posters members have hung, all of which [...]
Our young artists have been learning about how to create value in their artwork. They practiced creating tints by mixing a color of their choice with white and creating shades by mixing a color with black. Later, different grades applied the learned concepts by creating an original painting.
Our third graders are BIG Monster Ball fans. We are using all of those well known locomotor and manipulative skills like absolute champions. On beautiful sunny days we head outside and dip our toes into different sports! Right now we are playing volleyball and we have also had our shot at some basketball too. [...]
In PE class second graders have played soccer and loved it! Tried out basketball…didn’t quite love it. And then played some more soccer! We are moving our bodies in different ways that isn’t just running, skipping, and jumping jacks. We are finding joy in sports and moving our bodies. We even had a Toilet [...]
In November second grade learned about the election process. We started with registering to vote then listening to our two candidates campaigns. After that there was nothing left to do but vote! Our class held an election and all ballots were placed in a ballot box and tallied. We had a clear winner so [...]
Students in Mr. Benevenga’s fifth grade Social Studies class were assigned to create informative posters on several Native American tribes. Our middle school students did a fantastic job putting together colorful, creative, and educational projects. Several students went the extra mile and created 3D models of the type of homes these tribes lived in. [...]
In science, the fifth graders have been trying to figure out if plants can survive without water. They researched the pros and cons of farmers using aquaponics. They also did an experiment where they tried to grow bean plants with just water and air. You can look at the pictures to see how they [...]