Students in Mrs. Bauder’s first grade class are working on surveys. Each group in the class decided on a unique question to ask the class.
In physics, students are studying balanced forces and creating force diagrams. They have been applying Newton's laws of motion in a variety of situations to account for the motions/observations we make of our system.
The Modern U.S. History Class watched, analyzed, and discussed the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl by viewing the 1940 Academy Award winning film "The Grapes of Wrath".
The Junior High PLTW (Project Lead the Way - The Magic of Electrons) class was creating an electromagnet (Morse Code Machine) and sending messages.
In technology class, 2nd graders in the district are learning how to research animals and write basic citations.
After learning about the Renaissance this week, World History students had the opportunity to lay on their backs and create art just as Michelangelo had when he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel!
In advanced physics, students are studying light and 2-dimensional wave phenomenon, specifically reflection and refraction. They have investigated and modeled light using ripple tanks, wave front motion maps, and ray diagrams.
Mrs. Havrevold's 6th grade science classes researched, created, and presented on nonrenewable and renewable energy sources. They presented pros and cons on their assigned energy source. Attached is a picture of students presenting on hydropower.
LHS Chemistry students were measuring calories (chemical potential energy) in different foods.
The Worthing first graders are working hard every day to make sure they have fun at recess! Building snowmen and visiting their school pet (because you earned a reward) are two awesome ways to have fun at recess!
In Government students are learning about the role of the president. Today in class, however, they are looking at parts of Kristi Noem's State of the State Address last week and discussing some of the issues she brought up in her speech!
6th grade science students have been studying electricity and are now researching renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy that produce electricity.
Last week, Mrs. McVey's Third Grade Class enjoyed learning about money during our first Junior Achievement lesson taught by JA volunteer, Audrea Buller. The JA lesson included learning how to play a new math game. Math Centers were also introduced!
Advanced Physics was measuring waves passing through different mediums (water and glass) comparing the effects on wavelength.
The Lennox One Act Cast is putting the finishing touches on their play, “Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit” with a week to go to competition. Competition is January 25 in Canton with a public performance in Lennox on January 31 at 7pm.
Students in Mr. Hale's 6th grade math class are measuring and making blueprints. Students are also doing a remodel project.
Nora Soukup is Mrs. Henry's VIP. Nora goes above and beyond the expectations. She gets to sit at the VIP desk all week.
After 4 months, we are back in the AG and Building Construction classrooms!
Senior Math class was making human demonstrations of their favorite math functions (y = mX + b).
Students in Mrs. Strasser class were surprised to find an igloo in their classroom. They enjoy using the igloo for reading activities.