Because of donations and our amazing family community, our school chicken coop is near completion. The 3rd-6th grade learners have worked hard collaborating and designing the coop, and applying their mathematical skills to this project.
The learning will continue as we hatch our own chicks and apply entrepreneurial thinking into what we can do with the eggs once our chickens are grown.
Our TK-2nd grade learners will have a part with applying their creativity toward painting the coop, and our entire campus will be responsible for the care of the chickens.
A special thank you to Kurt Knechtel, who guided the learners with the design, building, and proper usage of power and hand tools. Also, our gratitude to Mr. Ames for helping with the construction.
“What will make someone successful is your relentless capacity to innovate, to create…. It’s your ability to see through challenges, to look for opportunities in problems, and to take action to change things instead of waiting for someone else to do something.” — Yong Zhao This week’s article brings us to the fifth and final
Dropping Off Learners School begins promptly at 8:45 each morning. Please arrive between 8:30 and 8:40 AM. At the moment, we don’t have before- or after-school child care. Drop-off for 1st-6th graders takes place at the valet lot on Agua Dulce Canyon Road. The upper lot by the office is for TK/K drop-off only. Learners
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