Last week, our First Grade Citizens exercised their right to vote!
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In fourth grade Maker class, students created a drip irrigation system out of recycled water bottles.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and in social studies we are learning about the history of Native Californians.
In sixth grade science, we are using microscopes to investigate different types of cells.
"Alone we can do little, together we can do so much." - Helen Keller
Students have spent the last month learning about the value of digits in a number based its location.
As a whole, it has been wonderful to watch students’ eyes light up at the sight of new plant growth and others swell with pride as they hold their worm for the first time.
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If you’re the lucky buyer, you’ll get a house with creaky floors, friendly ghosts, and a spacious yard, perfect for a haunted cemetery!
Recorder type instruments have an ancient history, which includes the Japanese shakuhachi, the quena from South America, and a variety of instruments that have been found all around the world.