Road trip! Fourth graders in Mrs. Angel's Math Academy are ready to travel. In pairs or trios, they planned a hypothetical trip somewhere in the United States with a budget of $5,000. Groups decided to go to Orlando, Miami and Las Vegas.
Fifth graders practiced their Spanish speaking skills during a Skype session with fifth graders at a school in Spain. The students introduced themselves, listed four characteristics that describe them and said one thing they like such as cats or playing basketball.
Rock out with our first graders in "Off Their Rockers," a play about senior citizens tapping into their youth and rock 'n' roll.
Next year will see a change in leadership for our classroom teachers and curriculum. Assistant Head of School Christy Lusk is leaving for a position in Florida, and third grade teacher Kendra Reasor has been appointed to her position, starting in the fall.
The classroom environment impacts morale and academic success. Our new rooms are brighter, have softer flooring, and have more flexible and updated furniture. Learn more about our Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign.
Our new smart boards give teachers the tools to create a more interactive and relatable classroom. We are installing these boards in our classrooms as part of the Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign.
Students and their families brought more than 2,100 pounds of spaghetti noodles to donate to the Community Kitchen in a one-day drive as part of the fifth grade vs. faculty basketball game.
Did you know the type of flooring installed in a classroom can impact student performance and attendance? Our renovations in the Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign are replacing dated and hard tile floors with carpet.
Five fifth graders displayed their artistic talents during a recent school assembly. Instead of singing or playing an instrument, these students chose art as their talent to perform.
A group of teachers and families braved the cold and walked in the 50th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Memorial March downtown.