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We believe experimentation fosters creativity and applied learning. In our Exploration Center, we invite you to explore and test theories, processes, or other tasks. It’s okay to fail and try a new approach. And we encourage you to display or demonstrate your finished analysis or product so we all can learn together.
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Programming Class offered 6th period, April 8th.
Groups of students were asked to design a “roller coaster” using various mathematical functions they studied during the year. Students were allowed to use as many linear functions as they liked and were required to use at least four other unique functions.
To complete Ms. Fabel's Civil Rights unit, students created projects reflecting the music and poetry of the era.
Take a look at our ever-changing showcase of student work displayed in the Library and Learning Center.
These cajas de memoria were created by Spanish 4 Honors students commemorating someone who passed away, reflecting the tradition of El Dia de los Muertos. Students not only created the boxes, but dictated in Spanish, a description of the person and the significance in their life. In addition, classmates listened to a variety of the recordings as a class assignment.
Na Ye showed students how to use traditional brushes and ink to create Chinese letters.
Check out these photos of the Makerspace rollout week.
Students learned about the life of St. Paulite Toni Stone.