Monthly Archives: November 2015

Just Before Thanksgiving

We had a packed few days before we said good by for Thanksgiving break. They were fun, and also responsible. Jake’s advisory buddied with Hannah and David’s 4th graders to make and top the apple crisp for our All School … Continue reading

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Learning to Felt

The middle school art class was without its usual and very competent teacher this morning. I jumped in to fill the gap. More or less. Truthfully, mostly less…I don’t know how to felt. Lucky for me, the students have learned … Continue reading

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Making x 2: Trees More Important and for Maker Faire

Our sixth graders have been particularly busy this week, making final preparations for the Maker Faire coming up this weekend, on Saturday, November 14. In their science class, with their teacher, Emma Sears, students¬†have been wrestling with the question of … Continue reading

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Of the World, Around the World and Out of this World

Last week middle school covered the world and beyond. Seventh graders study water this year with middle school teacher, Emma Sears. Water is a a very earthly topic, but some of its life is hard to see. High school science … Continue reading

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