During the visit to the Grow Dome students began to look at sustainability with an emphasis on the human ecological footprint of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
On our recent field study to Steward Head Start, our students began to learn how the Washoe culture is still prevalent in our area and what cultural practices are still practiced today.
Enjoy these photos from our recent apple harvesting and applesauce making!
“I can explore the forces in motion: push, pull, gravity, and magnetism.”
Value, Line, Color, Shape, Texture and Space….we are investigating these terms in all the grades as an introduction to a language of art that will be used to comment and respond to the works we produce and see throughout the year.
4th Graders explore, test and learn about our local watersheds.
Our Mountain Bike team headed south to Mammoth Lakes, CA for the High Sierra Showdown last weekend. The third of the four-race series in the newly formed Nevada Interscholastic Cycling League.
We took the physics of sailing and combined team building skills to create one math learning expedition that none of us will forget.
“A private school in northern California uses technology to create bespoke paths for students and rugged trips – like camping in the winter snow — to teach independence…”
So, these next few weeks of September if you and your family would like to join in the sailing experience contact Eric Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org and he can get you set up with either a group or custom sailing opportunities.
The 1st Grade Crew made it to a very special place, the Sierra Agroecology Center in Truckee. Here we learned about plants, vegetables, different ways foods can grow, the process from seeds to flower to fruit, and about all the special helpers like bugs and insects who help the process along.