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Yes, it’s summertime, but we still have a dozen teachers here working with the new state standards by revising current units and designing new units and activities! Through the mill levy granted by the voters to PSD last year (thank … Continue reading
Oops – didn’t realize that this didn’t post, yet. It got stuck in cyber-space as a “draft.” Apologies for the late posting! On Thursday, students listened to “Regards to the Man on the Moon” by Ezra Keats, and then they … Continue reading
On Wednesday, students took the Humpty Dumpty story to a new level of understanding as they learned more about the properties of how liquids and solids affect motion, how the arc can be used as a strength feature in structures, … Continue reading
Day 2 at Summer STEM Enrichment was all about water. Students made boats out of different materials and then tested the weight-bearing capacities to determine which materials and design were most effective to hold the most weight. Older students also … Continue reading
Our scientists investigated angles and energy today. 🙂 The story today was “How Far Will a Rubber Band Stretch?”
From the kindergarten music program to fifth grade biography presentations to field day on the last Tuesday of the school year, we had a fantastic month of May! 🙂
Our 4th grade engineers designed egg-carriers that were to cushion and protect a raw egg when dropped from more than 100 feet high! Several designs were successful and many didn’t survive the impact…