Patterns are found everywhere: in nature, in structure, and especially in a well crafted designs! This week, 7th Grade Math came into the Innovation Lab to test their pattern making skills! While some chose to make light displays, others made patterns in cupcake decoration designs, and even elephant’s toothpaste recipes! Here are a few of the … More Math Patterns Project
Today, all of the Leadership Councils took an off-campus trip over to Trinity Church for the annual leadership retreat. After the get-to-know-you games, we ate pizza, and listened to a great speech by Rev. McCormick. Once back at school, the STEAM Council got to work on some important projects. Re-Design of the tool room. Film … More Leadership Retreat
A few weeks ago, my sister-in-law made me this tumbler with my name and school logo on it. How did she make those amazing stickers? The Cricut machine! After testing out one, we ordered 2 more! I had my 7th grade science students use the Cricut Air to make lettering, stencils, and cut-outs for their … More Crazy for Cricut!
The 8th Grade CodingCats have been hard at work for the first 8 weeks of the semester! Check out some of the projects!
Yesterday, the 8th Grade Future City class used the SawStop Table Saw to cut the base of their city model boards. I love this saw because if you touch the blade while it is spinning, the mechanisms in the saw will immediately retract and stop the blade; it’s really amazing. Here are the students cutting … More Future City Class Uses SawStop Table Saw