A Modern Ride to a Historic Time

HSH 4th Graders went back in time on their trip to the Wells Faro History Museum in Downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago. To arrive there, however, they used the modern Metro and the unique Angel’s Flight railway. Once at the museum, our students soaked up knowledge about transportation systems, economics, […]
2018-04-16T17:16:49+00:00March, 2018|Upper Elementary|

A Mid-Week Review of DREAM Week from Ms. Cricket’s Kindergarten

The Kindergarten students are having so much fun participating in our DREAM week activities. Ms. Cricket’s Class hosted the “Marshmallow Hot Shots“ with Mr. Dean, our science teacher, where students got to work with their 1st Grade friends to construct marshmallow launchers using cardboard tubes, balloons, and rubber bands. After, they worked to launch marshmallows […]
2018-04-16T17:16:59+00:00March, 2018|Lower Elementary|

Creative Writing in 5th and 6th Grade

As we move closer to Spring Break, the 5th and 6th Grade Language Arts classes are not slowing down! Students continue to work on grammar lessons, enjoy their novels, type reports on Black History and Art History, write poetry, and participate in the online simulation “Place Out Of Time.”
2018-04-16T17:17:21+00:00March, 2018|Upper Elementary|

A Very Musical Passion Project

One of our Junior Kindergarten friends recently shared their love of music with the rest of the Dolphins during their Passion Project! As a whole group, ​the Dolphins created a magnificent Music Wall outside. They had pots and pans, utensils, colanders, and pie molds. Not only did it sound good, the Music Wall look​ed good […]
2018-04-16T17:17:30+00:00March, 2018|Early Childhood|

Scrap-kins Creatures and Writing Descriptive Paragraphs

Our 3rd Grade friends recently attended the Scrap-kins assembly led by the author of the Build-It Books, Brian Yanish. The children were inspired by his use of recycled materials to create innovative creatures. After the assembly, the children used recycled paper rolls in order to create their very own unique creatures.  
2018-04-16T17:17:39+00:00March, 2018|Lower Elementary|

Our Student Columnist in the Los Feliz Ledger

Each year, a 6th Grade student is selected as a representative for Hollywood Schoolhouse to write monthly articles for the Larchmont Chronicle and the Los Feliz Ledger. This year’s student columnist, Lane Lee, was recently featured in the Los Feliz Ledger for her article on our 6th Graders’ Women of Ahmisa project. […]
2018-04-16T17:17:51+00:00March, 2018|Upper Elementary|

​Tales from the Tech Lab

Ms. Lisa’s 4th Grade Tech Lab students recently worked in Google drawings to create their own business advertisements. They used all they have learned about adjectives to create descriptive adverts. They also created door hangers to advertise their business by hanging them on every door of the school!
— Ms. Lisa [Technology, […]
2018-04-16T17:17:58+00:00March, 2018|Enrichment|
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