During this first trimester, the 3rd graders have been studying and learning all about the lives of American Indians and their history.
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In fourth grade, we have managed to create a morning routine so that students know exactly what to expect during the first period.
PE looks different during our hybrid model in school but we are making the best of it!
During my parent-teacher conferences last week, it occurred to me that while I have had the opportunity to get to know my students these past two months, many parents have not had the opportunity to get to know me.
The goal of Lower School Guidance classes is to help develop children who can be sensitive to other people’s feelings and emotions as well as to take on a leadership role.
You may have noticed that I am taking part in this year’s Movember movement, which involves growing a rather terrible looking mustache.
The 6th graders were given the challenge of designing a “green” island with the smallest carbon footprint.
Students in 6th Grade Language Arts have just completed their novel study of Seedfolks by Paul Fleishman.
In the month of November, Second Grade is studying types of literature.