Matthew in 8th grade, shared his Community Project on Down Syndrome Awareness. We were very impressed with how well he presented and his ability to answer many of our questions. Matt also shared the timeline of his research and how much work went into his Community Project.
Mrs. Hawley's 4th grade class presented their action for the Waste Free Challenge Day on Thursday, April 26th (details below). We also celebrated April Birthdays. Natalie in Kindergarten and Zyen in grade 2 loved being able to dress up for their morning meeting.
Ready to Learn by being Knowledgeable!
"We develop and use conceptual understanding, exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global significance."
Names (nominated by)
Clifford Powell (Dottore)
Filip Jones (Fergie)
Jack Loutzenhiser (Hubeny)
Jackson Tan (Snyder)
Araya Robinson (Wightman)
Mariko Akita (Mori)
Reese Phillips (Meaker)
William Cline (Chambers)
Rhys Wellman (Hill)
Yamini Sridhar (Humphrey)
Steven Chandler (Morris)
An Inquiry into...
Sharing the Planet
KINDERGARTNERS RESEARCHING WITH SOLE...
WHAT IS FOG?
I can form questions.
I observe closely and learn from the world.
I think about where to find important information and create a plan.
I collect data and think about the information.
Recording Data and Organizing Data
I describe and record observations by drawing, note taking, making charts, tallying, and writing statements.
I make connections between my questions, data, and my life.
Presenting Research Findings
I listen to others and share my thinking.
AN INQUIRY INTO...
HOW THE WORLD WORKS
Thank you CIS for supporting the families at Rainbow Terrace Apartments.
CIS raised almost $800 in cash and gift card!
On March 26th, a fire erupted at the Rainbow Terrace Apartments displacing many families including over 30 children. CIS partnered with Lifelong Learning to help support the families.
You can also support through the Go Fund Me page listed below or directly to the organization.