Our science program took center stage last week as we held our second annual Science Expo. A non-competitive twist on the old Science Fair model, the Science Expo gives students a chance to publicly share a science-related project of their own design and the learning they did in order to create it. The younger grades, under the direction of Mrs. Triplett, joined forces to do a grade-wide project while the older grades, under the direction of Ms. Kolenic and Mr. Lewellyn, did their work either in small groups or as individuals.
From hovercrafts to mag-lev trains and exploding balloons to dissected owl pellets, there was fun and exciting evidence of learning on display everywhere one turned. For more pictures from the evening click here.