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LOWER SCHOOL INNOVATION LAB GRAND OPENING

February 28, 2020

“What good is an idea if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world.” – Simon Sinek   This past week we celebrated the official […]

ROBOTICS CLASS COLLABORATES IN THE IDEA LAB

November 08, 2019

Everything begins as an idea. It starts with noticing, and then moves to evaluating, which turns to thinking and talking and trying to solve the problem at hand!   Our […]

BULLARD PD FIELDS QUESTIONS FROM FORENSIC SCIENCE CLASS

November 08, 2019

This past Tuesday our Forensic Science class had an up-close opportunity to learn from Bullard Police Officers and their canine partner. Detective Hill and Patrol Officer Hays, along with their […]

INNOVATION AND ROCK FORMATIONS

October 31, 2019

Middle School science students took to the Innovation Lab this past week to wrap up an Earth Science project by creating persuasive presentations!   Each student was assigned a famous […]

MAKER MONDAYS IN THE INNOVATION LAB

October 25, 2019

Each Monday afternoon our Director of Educational Technology and Innovation, Ashley Swinney, hosts an open lab time for students who are interested in pursuing personal projects in the Innovation Lab. […]

7TH GRADERS EXPERIMENT WITH CELLS

October 18, 2019

This past week our 7th-graders took to their microscopes for a closer look at the unique contrast between animal and plant cells.   To observe animal cells, students took a […]

Enhancing Innovation

October 04, 2019

HEADLINES: A MESSAGE FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL, ROD FLETCHER     Collaboration, vision, imagination, and creativity are all important parts of the educational process.   That is why at […]

Science Lab – Creating a Spirit of Wonder & Inquiry

September 27, 2019

Memorizing facts and recalling equations have their place in learning, without a doubt. But seeing those equations and facts, the talked about theories come to life. That’s what we’re excited […]

Little Scientists Learn About the Letter “O”

September 13, 2019

Mrs. Haugh’s Kindergarten class explores the letter “O” by dissecting owl pellets in the Lower School Science Lab.   With lab coats on and tweezers in hand, students pulled apart […]