Recently, prominent tech leaders have talked about the importance of teaching coding in the curriculum. At KCD, students as young as JK and kindergarten are now learning the fundamentals of coding through an iPad app called Kodable.
Science starts with asking questions. How do plants and animals depend on each other? What stages do plants go through as they grow?
At the end of last year, students were welcomed by a colorful and comfortable new reading nook in the Robertson Library.
The Daily 5 is a literacy and reading comprehension program that emphasizes several different aspects of literacy, including reading to others. This week, Mr.
Congratulations to director Jeannine Ary and the Choral Theatre Players on a great production of Roald Dahl’s Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.
The theme of this year’s Exploremore was Broadway Bearcats, and annual field day had dozens of great activities taking the stage.
Congratulations to the Bearcat Singers and Ms. Jeannine Ary on a terrific performance of The Cuckoo. The musical is based on an Mexican folktale.
Last week, fourth grade students in Becky Gallion’s art class worked with the Art Detectives program from the Speed Art Museum.
Eighth graders in Sarah Shartzer and Ann Ponniah’s pre-algebra class took some time out to help students in Fran Dick’s class with math problems.
Recently, Ms. Kettring’s third grade class welcomed Ms. Mini Tedeschi, who spoke to students about the history and culture of India.
A new movie every week!
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