Looking for a great place to learn? Then you need to come to visit us. We are one of the country's top schools for diversity. It doesn't divide us, but it brings us together as one - one in mind, one in spirit and one in the quest for knowledge. Our students want to be in school. They come with lots of different learning styles, but in our class we are family.
The 7.0 earthquake last year may have shaken us up a bit, but it didn't break us.
We documented our experiences and then we took the time to learn about earthquakes by making models of the earth's core - some that we could eat. Learning from each other makes us stronger as a whole. We have discovered that all children contribute to make our class a great place to learn.
Have you ever taken a walk in the woods and heard the call of a bird and wondered what it was? What if you could peek through the leaves and get a ‘birds-eye’ view of the wondrous creature? Touch it? Listen to it? Learn how it flies and watch as it soars through the air? Well, that is what our class is gearing up to provide for our school. This year our class will host an Aviary Museum that features birds from around the world that students have researched.
Students that visit the museum will not only have displays to enjoy but will have hands-on projects where they will construct bird tracks fossils and create their own foldable bird's projects.
As we learn about birds from around the world, the student’s educational experience will be enhanced. Their knowledge of science will increase. Also, their ability to understand the importance of becoming a good steward of the world around them will be heightened. This opportunity will create a unique component to their educational endeavor. School will not only become a place to read about learning – it will be a place to experience learning first hand!
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