Eighth grade English students use newspapers (many holding an "actual" newspaper for the first time) to source ideas for science fiction stories.
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Working with local photographer Heather Mull, and utilizing Google's Snapseed app, grade 8 art students photographed stuffed animals to make their own strong photographic compositions.
North Hills Campus students take advantage of all there is to learn on the campus's Northbound Trail.
Students across divisions have fun and build skills in an Escape Room environment.
Kinesthetic learning strategies bring learning to life when WT third grade students visit Attack Theatre.
Students learn strategies for identifying cultural assumptions in literature.
Students were challenged to choose an everyday object that is small enough to hold in their hand and create larger-than-life plaster replicas.
Students discover "Broadsides" as a vehicle to encourage collective reading experiences.