Daily Archives: October 19, 2017


Furniture For Sale

The furniture has been sold; thank you for your interest! Looking for some furniture? Here’s a great buy for a college student or young adult getting an apartment! “This End Up” furniture: one couch two chairs two end tables one TV stand/cabinet Good condition and clean! Asking $150 NOT This…


2nd & 3rd Grades – Handwork (Circular Weaving)

Second and Third Grades began work on their circular weaving projects this week. This craft is a true head, heart, and hands endeavor. Students must plan ahead for working with different colors; they must feel the harmony between each section of weaving to know what will be pleasing to the…


2nd & 3rd Grades – “Body Scale” song

Second and Third Grade students sing the “Body Scale” with music teacher Elizabeth English. Each of the seven tones in the pentatonic scale   corresponds to a place on, just above, or just below, the body.  Mrs. English sings and demonstrates a particular pattern which the children are then challenged to…


5th Grade – North American Geography

The Fifth Grade has just begun their third block of the year- North American Geography. This block will be a survey of the different regions of North America, starting with the Great Lakes. Students were asked to create an illustration of our region and all it has to offer.  


6th, 7th & 8th Grades – Physics

As part of our investigation of heat we dyed one flask of hot water red and inverted it over another flask of the same size filled with cold water. We observed that in this position the hot water remained in it’s flask. When we changed the position so that the…