What is the 8th Grade Project? It is listed on the school calendar every year, but do you know what it is? Learn the answer and view this year's presenters and topics.
From Greenhouse Gasses to Truffella Trees and poems about our planet, students in grades 1-5 honored Earth Day. Learn more about their activities, view photos, and read some wonderful poetry.
The students in our Remote Grades 2-3 class created an online newspaper. In their paper, they share a variety of news, information, and more!
This year, Junior Classical League (JCL) went virtual, and our students in grades 4-8 attended and participated. Check out the list of awards, photos of their work, and watch two amazing videos from the talent show!
The first week after Spring Break brought sun and warm weather. Teachers took advantage of the warm days to shift learning outside. View photos and read about their ventures.
Students in fourth and fifth grade were surprised first by a Zoom visit from a wildlife center where they met two special birds. Then they had another surprise when they received owl pellets. Check out the many photos of their visit, pellet dissection and the bones they discovered.
Gain a little insight into the learning taking place in our Remote Grades 2/3. Learn about their celebration of the unique things they learned in the past year, view their Pi day projects, and read their first-ever, student-created news.
A botany project takes students into the garden habitat to plant mystery seeds. What did they plant? Look through the photos to find out what they think they have planted.