Monthly Archives: April 2018

Hello from the Library!

The Spring Book Fair was a HUGE success! A massive THANK YOU to our students, families, faculty and volunteers for making this our most successful fair yet.

 
The funds we raised will go straight towards purchasing new books for the Library. Students have […]

2018-04-27T20:27:55+00:00April, 2018|Enrichment|

​Life on a Rancho

Our 3rd Graders recently had the opportunity to visit the Leonis Adobe Museum in Calabasas. They had an amazing day experiencing life on an 1800’s Rancho! Students churned butter, made tortillas, used a mortar and pestle to grind up corn, rounded up cattle, pumped water, […]

2018-04-27T20:24:59+00:00April, 2018|Lower Elementary|

​Passion Projects by the Caterpillars

The Caterpillars are enjoying learning more about their friends each week as they take turns sharing their Passion Projects. These projects are an exciting opportunity for the Caterpillars, our youngest ECE students, to practice expressing themselves. They each chose one topic and present it […]

2018-04-27T20:21:56+00:00April, 2018|Early Childhood|

Earth Day

The Lions and their 1st Grade buddies recently celebrated Earth Day together. They read The Earth Book by Todd Parr and discussed ways we can help take care of our planet. The Lions and their buddies brainstormed ideas like saving trees by using both sides of paper and bringing our own bags to the […]

2018-04-24T13:28:19+00:00April, 2018|Uncategorized|

​1st Grade Data Collectors

The 1st Graders have just begun learning about what data is and how it can be represented in graphs! After learning how to read various kinds of graphs (picture graphs, bar graphs, and tally charts), the children applied their knowledge, creating their own graphs. […]

2018-04-16T17:16:16+00:00April, 2018|Lower Elementary|

Ancient History and Science in Action

 Mr. Dean’s 6th Grade Science class has been engaged in an ongoing cross-curricular unit focusing on Egypt and mummies. Working closely teacher, Mr. Narbe and Mr. Dean have developed a project that has the interests of the students captured. First, the students learn about ancient Egypt in Social Studies. Part of the unit involves […]

2018-05-04T19:55:10+00:00April, 2018|Upper Elementary|