A hearty thank you from school on National Volunteer Week!
Students go on the hunt for the missing Professor Rock while learning about geologic features and processes.
Students dress as American figures and recite their biographies to curious visitors.
Students come up with toy shops, candy stores, sports retailers, legal services, and more.
The service was part of a National School Walkout in honor of the 17 victims of the Florida high school shooting.
Grade 7 holds first Architecture Fair featuring buildings throughout history.
Students set up their own small business to sell goods and games.
Students spent the trimester learning about buoyancy, circuitry, and more.
Students send pocket hearts to fire victims, make cupcakes with senior citizens.
Naiya joined our Compass Circle when she was in Kindergarten. Now she's in third grade and she's grown up a lot in that time. She and I have become friends and we always greet each other with a "Hello!" Our Compass Circle has helped me consider myself a mentor through the friendships and the mutual respect we have for each other.
Connor, Grade 8
Naiya's Compass Leader
As teachers, we get to know the students well and as a result, we help set them up for success. Giving Anthony a leadership opportunity on our basketball team was a good fit for his personality. We're helping build his strengths and he's learning to lead by example.
P.E. Teacher and Coach
My teachers make me feel happy about learning how to read and write.Amy, Kindergarten
I love my teachers!
- Playing on the iPad
- Playing with friends
I was a little nervous the first day of technology class. When we started, I used to type with my index fingers. Now I use my five fingers, and I'm one of the best in my class.Lucia, Grade 3
When I started first grade, I knew how to add and subtract. Now I know how to multiply and divide, too!Wyatt, Grade 1
- Writing Workshop
I feel confident that I have developed good study skills and an ability to write. I feel eager and ready to attend high school next year, armed with the skills needed to succeed.Luke, Grade 8
- ROV (robotics)