Fifth Graders Leave a Legacy. On June 2nd, 2014 at 10:00am, the fifth grade class of the 2013-2014 dedicated the first ever Findley Legacy Project to the staff and students for years to come. It was 100% brainstormed, developed, planned, created and designed by the students and spear-headed by the art teacher, Miss Jorgensen.
For students who have read The Diary of Anne Frank, the film offers an opportunity to deepen their appreciation of Anne Frank’s story and to consider the process by which a book is adapted for the screen; the film can also be used to introduce Anne Frank to students who have not read her diary. In social studies, history, English, and writing
Left: President Barack Obama delivers his inaugural address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Jan. 20, 2009; Right: President Barack Obama delivers his farewell address in Chicago on Jan.10, 2017.
Here’s a great summer project for kids – build a catapult out of pre-cut dowel rods and rubber bands! Over the years, we’ve done a lot of exploring with catapult making! We’ve built them out of Tinker Toys and tissue boxes, and even just used forks as catapults!
Dec 21, 2015 · Dec. 21, 2015 A Senior Legacy project is a graduation requirement for all seniors at Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i. The projects provide students an opportunity to give back to their community through service learning projects or by applying academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to address genuine community needs.
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As a component of our historical marker project, EJI also sponsors an essay contest for public high school students. Students in grades 9-12 are challenged to write an essay that reflects on a historical event and connects it to present-day issues and their lived experiences.