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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

All Creatures Great and Small

April 24, 2015

There is never a dull day in Kindergarten! From watching a hamster rolling around on the floor to observing growing, changing tadpoles, learning is interesting and exciting. Mrs. Newman’s kindergarten students […]

Science Demonstration of Bernoulli’s Principle

April 24, 2015

After the testing this week, 4th graders entered the science classroom to floating ping-pong balls. The kids asked, “What’s going on here?” Mrs. Brindley explained that  the floating ping-pong ball is a wonderful example […]

Baby Chicks Hatch in Mrs. Bell’s Prekindergarten Class

March 27, 2015

Prekindergarten students witnessed the hatching of several baby chicks. One even hatched during chapel and students excitedly counted one, two, three chicks when they returned to class. Mrs. Fritcher said, […]

PreKindergarten Students Learn about Germs

March 27, 2015

PreKindergarten students recently discovered that clean hands spread less germs than dirty hands! They experimented touching slices of bread with dirty hands and clean hands and then waited a few days to […]

Kindergarten Students Research About Hibernation

February 04, 2015

Do you know which animals hibernate during the winter months?  Just ask one of our kindergarten students. After researching, creating posters, presenting information to classmates, and even pretending to hibernate in a […]

Kindergarten Activities

September 05, 2014

Kindergarten students are learning many new things as evidenced by the interesting displays in the halls. Mrs. Newman’s students listened to Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr.  and […]

First Science Class at the Lower School

August 20, 2014

Some of our Lower School students had their first day in science class with Mrs. Brindley yesterday! When the students arrived, Mrs. Brindley asked the students to look around the […]

Learning Safety in the Lab

August 20, 2014

     It may be the first full week of school, but our chemistry students are already in the lab! One of the first thing all chemistry students do is […]