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A group of students toured the Wayne-O-Rama art installation and wrote about their experience and thoughts on Chattanooga history.Art classes this year are studying local artists.
Pill bugs proved to be difficult specimen to observe in fourth grade science class, but students did their best to measure and take notes.
This year, seven new early childhood assistants are joining our classrooms. In our youngest grades, assistants help classroom teachers and provide more one-on-one assistance for each student in our small classes.
Students in grades K-5, teachers, staff and parents watched the eclipse Monday afternoon. What a wonderful lesson in science!
Bright’s Early Childhood Gardens were designated an official Katie’s Krops Garden last year, becoming the first in the state. Katie’s Krops provides seeds and other support to help groups grow vegetables to donate to community organizations.

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