Preschool students had an exciting two weeks of learning about the letter P. Students shared many exciting days for learning the "Proper P" sound. The classes discussed prayer, praise, penguins, pink, purple, polka dots, princesses, pirates, pig with pancakes, and finally pizza, and pajamas. The week ended with a popcorn party. Perfect!
First grade history students share what they know with Ben Franklin during their spring trip to Philadelphia. Inspired elementary students enjoyed meeting a historical figure. There were "a ha" moments galore. Field trips are a wonderful complement to classroom instruction!
Seventh grader, Shyla Oommen, won a medal for her fashion design entry made from newspaper, foil, tissue paper, and magazines at the ACSI Fine Arts Festival held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on April 24, 2015. This entry also received the highest award presented at the visual arts portion of the festival, "BEST of SHOW"! Many students seem to flock to the dress and talk about it, as it represents the culture's passion to recycle, re-purpose, and reuse! Fourteen art pieces were entered this year including photography, sculpture, printmaking, painting, and drawing. Great job, Shyla!