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Today, our K-12 campus celebrated #schoolchoiceweek with a red and yellow dress-down day. Employees could join our students by enjoying a day of reds and yellows–the official color palette of the national #schoolchoiceweek campaign. We hope you like this small sample of images from our two K-4th Grade buildings, our 5th and 6th Grade building, our 7th and 8th Grade building, and our 9th-12th Grade building. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday in our High School, the Black Student Union (BSU), Spanish Honor Society (SHS), and Multicultural Club hosted their Cultural Food Fair. They had plenty of exquisite food to choose from, such as wontons, churros, fried chicken, samosas, jollof rice, biryani, cupcakes, turkey wings, pulled pork, chocolate chip cookies, sweet potato pie, etc. ... See MoreSee Less
This week is National School Choice Week (NSCW). NSCW informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children while generating widespread public awareness of the importance of school choice. To celebrate, the 150 Building performed the School Choice Dance today!#schoolchoiceweek... See MoreSee Less
Today in the Middle School, Ms. Reyes' 8th Grade math students learned how to perform transformations on the coordinate plane (translations, rotations, reflections, and dilations). "Having a large visual has helped students solidify their understanding of maneuvering on the coordinate plane," said Ms. Reyes. "It incorporates the different learning styles, visual, kinesthetic, and audio, which helps everyone. In addition, it's just fun and looks awesome!" ... See MoreSee Less
In the 468/486 Building, Mrs. Davis' math intervention class takes part in creating math goals every two weeks in between honing their math skills, like adding and subtracting with regrouping. "In my math intervention class, my students and I work together to analyze their progress monitoring," said Mrs. Davis, 468/486 K-4 Math Specialist. "This helps us both identify their personal math goals. Doing this with my students helps them create ownership over their learning. We also create graphs using their progress monitoring scores. I have seen both mathematical growth as well as mindset growth when they become involved in creating goals. In addition, I have seen a sense of pride when they meet their goals and be involved in their learning!" 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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