Day of the Dead is a holiday students learn about in Spanish and art classes. Fourth and fifth graders created sugar skull art, and all students enjoyed tasting pan de muertos (bread) at lunch.
Students performed this play about the sidekick characters of video games understanding they are just as valuable and remarkable as the heroes and villains.
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Fourth graders in Math Academy created their own food truck concepts and practiced their math skills by taking food orders and making change with customers.
The Bright School electric car built for the 2020 Chattanooga Green Prix came out of storage over the weekend for the Motor Car Festival.
Fourth graders enjoyed the annual Tennessee Celebration on Friday with a state history talk by alumnus and local historian Maury Nicely '83 and a Tennessee lunch, music and dancing on Peeples Pavilion.
Children's book author Angela Davis Hazelray visited kindergarten today and read aloud her book "Unicorn Colors." Every kindergartener got to take home a book as well.
Fifth graders continued the tradition of visiting Camp Lookout. They enjoyed hiking, paddling, climbing the ropes course and roasting marshmallows by the campfire.
Congratulations to our Cross Country runners and coaches! The girls won 2nd place in the ISC championship, and the boys won
Third graders took a field trip to Red Clay State Historic Park to learn about the Cherokee people and 19th century life.