In October, many middle schoolers worked on beautifying our MS Hallways with their Centennial Bulletin Boards. Read about Anjali’s & Yumi’s experiences and check out the beautiful boards they created celebrating our school.
Pritika reflecting on being an 8th grade leader and creating a great MS culture at our school.
Angelo has been involved in a lot of service so far this year, read about his experience at the Soup Kitchen.
There are a lot of music reflections on the blogs from Grade 7 & 8 students. Students take videos to reflect on their performance, so you can watch mini-concerts on the blogs. Check out Jun’s mini concert and reflection.
On her own, Natalia sent Sandra Cisneros an email about her book cover re-design of House on Mango Street. Ms. Cisneros wrote back! Read more about it in Natalia’s blog post.
Connecting with House on Mango Street, which the grade 8 students just finished in English, students wrote about how their community (or different communities) have influenced who they are. Read more about this on Jacqueline’s blog and Alleigh’s blog.
Read about Wheejoon’s One World Essay on Tohoku and Earthquakes.
In grade 7 Science, students have been working on a Plant Inquiry Lab, read Patrick’s blogpost about his group’s plant growth.
Sports Day 2013 was a big event since it was also a part of our Centennial Celebration. Read about Riri’s experience.
In Grade 8 Design, students are learning about graphic design and creating strong visual images. To practice, they redesigned the cover of the book they read in English class, House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. Here is Millie’s new cover and Sara created three new covers!
Bailey and Cindy took leadership roles for the Grade 7 dance. Go to their blogposts to read about their efforts.
Iris captured the soccer tournament in a great photo blog post.
There are many dedicated students in the Eco Club who do service every week. Read Young Ah’s reflection about her first few months in the club.
We love reading about what you do outside of class: sports, crafts, performances, whatever, so please continue to write about those events. Here’s the post Anna wrote about a pair of shows she designed.