Although we were not able to celebrate the French-speaking world with our normal festival this year, we did make sure that each French class engaged in activities that would help them appreciate French as a global language that will allow them to connect with so many people and travel to so many countries.
Last Friday, on the heels of Earth Month, 48 Upper School students joined together to learn from the environmental activist and author Philippe Cousteau.
Science and the humanities seem like an unlikely (or at least less common) pair. However, since September, I have sought out ways to connect science to non-STEAM subject areas.
We all know the importance of trying to maintain inner peace during this pandemic crisis.
Students loved being able to express what they have learned by making their own seed necklaces. They are very excited for them to sprout and grow.
Fourth graders spent time this month learning about birds and the types of nests that different birds build.
For Earth Day, the second-grade Spanish students created colorful charts in Spanish to remind people of the ways they can cuidar la tierra -- take care of the earth
These past seven months of teaching on Zoom have felt like an interminable solo; I longed for the moment when we could make music together.
We are in the final weeks of the school year and are currently preparing for Field Day.