AP Literature students in Mr. Gillis’s class lead a discussion on the author Zora Neale Hurston and the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Students in Mrs. Carter’s 6th grade Social Studies class learn more about the Stone Age by participating in a choose-your-own-adventure game.
Chemistry students in Ms. McCormick’s class identify particular elements and compounds based on the color of their flame colors during a lab demonstration.
Mrs. Knaub’s 10th grade English students practice annotating a text while reading the epic poem The Iliad.
7th grade students test their knowledge of Newton’s laws while in Mrs. Porter’s Science class.
Mrs. Bailey’s Biology students study anaerobic fermentation during a lab.
High school Art students and Mrs. Bettendorf continue their work on the mural in the dining hall.
Mrs. DeVenuti’s 8th grade Science students practice balancing chemical equations.
7th graders in Mrs. Shattuck’s ELA class discuss the usage of particular words in the novel The Giver.
Mrs. Clayton’s 6th grade Math students work on learning about ratios during an interactive exercise.
Physics students design models in order to perform calculations demonstrating Newton’s Law.
Mrs. Roberts’s 8th grade Academic Success students practice presenting a speech related to research they conducted on a current social issue.