In Performance class, 3rd through 6th Grade students are working on short scripts and monologues.
HSH 4th Grade students is working on a non-fiction research project using books and iPads to find information on a chosen topic. Topics include: Whales, Lightning, Oceans, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Planet Earth, Storms, Sharks, Dolphins, The Rainforest, Rocks & Minerals, California, and the Heart & the Brain. Students will be learning […]
This past week, 5th and 6th Graders went on a walking field trip to the Kol Ami Congregation, which is a progressive synagogue. Rabbi Denise Eger showed us ancient Torah scrolls, and answered our questions on the history of the Ancient Hebrews, as well […]
This week in Tech Lab, HSH 6th Graders brought in their Egyptian Social Pyramid information, taught and researched in Mr. Narbé’s class, in order to create posters for display. The students used Google Drawings, searched images and reviewed text formatting in order to create compelling and varied […]
As this month is Black History Month, our 5th and 6th Grade classes have been and will continue learning about a variety of Black and African American people who made big changes in our society. Many are pioneers in their fields and are considered to be heroes, as they each […]
The 6th Grade brought in their Public Service Announcements, conceived and researched in Ms. Abi’s class, in order to create posters for display. The students used Google Drawings, searched images and reviewed text formatting in order to create compelling notices, intent on persuading you to become aware […]
4th Grade is exploring a Poetry Unit. Students have been listening to four of William Shakespeare’s tragedies/comedies being read aloud by different faculty members, then write different types of poems based on the themes inspired by these plays: Romeo and Juliet (Acrostic), Macbeth (Haiku), A Midsummer Night’s […]