Edgewood National Junior Honor Society students went to the community apple orchard to pick apples today. All apples picked were donated to a local food pantry. We had lots of fun as we enriched the lives of others!
We were very fortunate to have Cloé Morali and Camille Sarraud, our visiting French students from the Lycée Saint André in Niort, France, attend our 1st period French 1 class on Friday, August 28th. We enjoyed a typical French breakfast of croissants, beignets, and orange juice while discussing the girls' impressions of American school and the differences between the American and French school systems. We also participated in activities centered on our class content.
Language Arts students are reading Phineas Gage: a Gruesome but True Story About Brain Science by John Fleischman. Mrs. Hutchinson demonstrated the piercing of Phineas' frontal lobe with a model brain to help students visualize what happened in the book.
In Mr. Bass' biology class, we are testing the pH levels of different common household substances. We used cabbage juice as a pH indicator, and then used pH probes. Reported by Charlotte, Alex, Ella and Reagan