MS. Coleman’s Students To Be Published in a Short Story Anthology, Sent to the Library of Congress

Back in October, all of Ms. Coleman’s 5th graders and two 8th graders submitted 100 word stories to the “Hunted: A Trail of Words” writing competition. Students in grades 5-12 were eligible and EVERY STUDENT who entered was accepted! They will be published in a short story anthology and will be included in a real life book that is even sent…

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Pre-K Practices Global New Year Traditions

Mrs. Thornton’s Pre-K class spent the last two days learning about the ways people celebrate the New Year around the world. They kicked off their celebration with a parade through the entire academy, banging pots and ringing bells while wearing crowns and hats. In addition, they worked hard on setting a perfect resolution for themselves in 2024. Today, students took…

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Students Engineer Prosthetics; Discuss History & Progress in Support Services for Physical and Mental Disabilities

During the first semester, students in Mr. Orso’s eighth grade Honors Geometry class created prosthetic leg models that they presented to the Middle School! By examining the engineering, science, and geometry that go into constructing a prosthetic leg, our students were able to complete their finished products! In addition, they researched the history of prosthetics and the progress that has been…

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Snow Day Book Recommendations

This morning, we invited your teachers and admin to recommend excellent books to read during the upcoming forecasted snowstorm. We’ve compiled recommendations for ALL AGES, including parents!  Click the button to view the link below fullscreen: Don’t have time to run to the library or book store before the storm? No problem!Your local library might allow you to borrow e-books and…

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