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The Ski Trips were not only a time for team building and hanging out with friends, students improved their skiing techniques and also learned about Science concepts. Here’s Amelia’s One World Essay regarding transportation to Zao. Here are Karuna’s reflections from the 8th grade ski trip – including links from her 6th and 7th grade trips as well.
In Grade 8 Humanities, students are learning all about the causes and impact of war, here is Ryuya’s post on Propaganda, Saakhi’s on Conscription and Fayaz’s on Blimps.
Bailey and Cindy were able to do two service activities at once! They are compassionately impacting our community in double time!
In Art, students created products in sumi-e style. Here’s Karin’s Goldfish and Bamboo pieces.
Karen was able to create two beautiful art pieces using classic techniques of Monet while honoring pop stars Demi Lovato and Lana Del ray.
Ahmad wrote a great post reflecting on his first CA Production: Pirates of Penzance.
Middle School Parent Tech Night was successful again this year, due to the confidence and poise the Tech Leaders demonstrated when sharing their technology highs and lows with parents and teachers. Here are Cindy’s and Jacqueline’s reflections.
Alyssa and Oscar also created great pieces, emulating Picasa’s style.
Jun created a digital art piece for the same assignment in Art, a pastiche of Ralph Ueltzhoeffer’s text portrait of Steve Jobs.
Taiga shares his enthusiasm of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Middle School students are always participating in amazing service activities. Here is Leonie’s and Chris’s and Kyu-Hyeok’s reflections on their Mentoring experience.
Since it was February, LOVE was in the air. The rainy weekend before Ski Trips, I gave students an opportunity to create something for someone else for Valentine’s Day. The students created great gifts – here are a few examples from DaEun, Yumi and Riri.