Students in Miss Rohrer's Stitch 'n Save class learned sewing skills as they created bracelets with LED bulbs, lithium, and conductive sewing thread. We loved hearing their cries of delight when they finished sewing the circuit, inserted the battery, and the bulbs lit up! Creativity entered in as students proceded to use their imaginations to decorate their bracelets.
French 1 students worked on their "politesse à la table" last week in order to practice their vocabulary for table manners and table vocabulary while also enjoying some French treats- baguettes, fromage, fruit, and sparkling grape juice. Students enjoyed using their vocabulary in action.
Constance, an Edgewood art student, had her design selected and adapted for one of the Clean Stormwater Artworks downtown. Also pictured are the Grace College students that painted the designs. Artists were recognized at First Friday, May 6th. More information on this collaborative project can be found at http://lakes.grace.edu/community-education/current-effects
This is Mrs. Tribbett's functions project winners hallway. Showing off both creativity and a depth of understanding of the 3 types of functions learned in algebra 1 - linear, quadratic, and exponential. Winners as voted by peers include: Charlotte G., Darryn K., Ellie K., Jack M., Gissell R., Kylie P., Amslie H., Emma H., and Mackenzie S..