4.5 Million Years of History in 6th Grade

The 6th Grade History class has been learning about early humans and their evolution from primitive hominids to the Homo Sapiens that we are today. The 6th Graders made an impressive timeline illustrating and labeling the evolution of humans over 4.5 million years. They presented their artwork during our September Community Circle and […]

2017-10-20T21:18:01+00:00October, 2017|Upper Elementary|

California Geography

Students in 4th Grade are learning about California’s Geography. They have learned the four major regions – Mountain, Coastal, Desert, and Central Valley. On blank maps, they located and labeled where Oregon, Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and the Pacific Ocean border California. In addition, they are learning about California’s landforms and how they are constantly changing. […]

2018-06-06T21:07:53+00:00October, 2017|Upper Elementary|

The Pandas Meet a Bearded Dragon

The Panda class took a field trip to the Science Lab recently to meet Mr. Dean’s bearded dragon, ZZ. The Pandas were studying desert life, including plants and animals, during Finn’s Passion Project. The children were excited to learn ZZ eats vegetables and meats, just like humans. During our visit the children watched […]

2017-10-20T21:13:54+00:00October, 2017|Early Childhood|

Apple Jack Math in Kindergarten

Our Kindergarten friends love to intertwine their units in Ms. Barbra’s class. This past week, the students incorporated their Science unit on apples into their Math unit on numbers to 5.

To begin, the students were given a cup full of Apple Jacks cereal. Then they worked in small groups sorting, […]

2017-10-20T21:03:05+00:00October, 2017|Lower Elementary|