Every year, as a part of our Social Studies curriculum, third grade studies the history of the Los Angeles region. We began with learning about landforms such as mountains, rivers, basins, hills, and valleys, which eventually led to our study of Los Angeles specific landforms such as […]
By Lisa Smith
I remember the days of busy signals, encyclopedia salesmen, and rushing to cash your check before the bank closed. So, I am just elated every day as the K-6th technology teacher! I possess a wonder and gratitude for all that we have, including our brand new […]
By the time the Peace Day Challenge occurred on September 21st, our Kindergarten class was already well on their way to becoming peaceful problem solvers. Since the first day of school, the children have been introduced to peaceful conflict resolution, which is a process that involves students […]
by Nicole Costales
Have you ever found yourself asking, “Can I just have a moment?” What moment are you really searching for? How does it look? More importantly, how does it make you feel? My first thoughts go to moments of quiet. Peace, solitude, and calm are just a few words […]
Ms. Vianne’s 2nd Graders are studying color theory and Picasso’s Blue Period!
1st Grade has just embarked upon our big Animal Research Project of the year; a cross-curricular study of animals and the habitats they live in! Each student will become an expert on one particular animal, including where it lives, features of this place, and what it needs to […]