During the school year, there are many opportunities for students to share their learning with older and younger schoolmates.
The Museum of 6th Grade Museum of Biome Adaptations was open to visitors yesterday. Sixth graders guided guests through a tour of individual dioramas representing an imaginary country each student had created. A specific location on earth was selected for the country; the biomes, watersheds, and sky had to accurately reflect the country's location in the world. Students went through the tricky and reflective process of balancing their own vision and desires with what can be.
Primary Unit students took part in hands-on geology lessons when 7th graders brought their rock collections, consisting of specimens collected throughout the fall, to their classrooms.