Project Based Learning
If you or anyone you know has children in 7th-12th grade and would be interested in an innovative learning program, please join us for our Innovation Studios Information Night.
Our upcoming 1st-6th grade Presentation of Learning (POL) is coming up this Wednesday from 2 p.m.-3:15 p.m. This is the culminating event for our families and members of the community to see and hear about the learning process of our project. The learners have done so much in only 5 weeks of school and this
This will be the best chicken coop ever because it was designed and built by our learners. We cannot wait to see the final product and hatch the eggs. Thank you to all who have donated. We are still in need of more supplies to complete the coop. We will send the list out on
In addition to the Fountas and Pinnell Reading Assessments your child took last Thursday and Friday, the learners will also take the NWEA MAP assessment, now that our new Chromebooks have arrived! MAP, or the Measure of Academic Progress, is a computerized adaptive test which helps facilitators, parents, and administrators improve learning for all learners
Many parents are excited about a Project-Based Program. Click here for helpful article that may help answer questions you may have. “Project-based learning (PBL) is a practice that takes a learning-by-doing approach wherein students are active participants in their own educational development. In a PBL classroom, you often find students solving problems, participating in simulations, conducting