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  • These kiddos whipped up some Pantastic treats at today’s Peter Pan Themed Party Book Cooking Party! Thanks to Chef Shanti and Chef Shanna for opening up your enchanted kitchen.
  • Mrs. Naylor’s class unveiled their “Americans with Grit” exhibition showcasing the lives of resilient famous Americans. So proud of their hard work!
  • Our 4th and 5th graders spent the day experiencing a first-hand glimpse of America’s past at Riley’s Farm! 📸: @kschieber
  • Enjoying this beautiful day with a nice book!
  • Mrs. Naylor's class is working very hard on their Americans with Grit projects!📸:@naylormadein2ndgrade
  • Calling 2nd and 3rd graders: let's celebrate and be grateful for the gift of every day. An Unbirthday party is a celebration on any day that is not one’s birthday. Includes; lunch, birthday cake, and party games!

21st Century Education

Rather than going to a “technology lab,” our students learn to use technology as a fully integrated learning tool.

Students in transitional kindergarten through third grade use iPads, laptops, desktops. in grades 4 – 6, students are assigned their own iPad, which is used throughout the day every day. We extensively teach our students informational literacy: how to find information, validate information, use information ethically, and how to synthesize information for their own purposes.

A recent study from the MacArthur foundation found that, by their estimates, 65% of the jobs current elementary students will do when they grow up have not yet been invented. Whatever technology our current third graders will be into when they graduate high school probably won’t be invented for another 7 years. The speed of change in our world is electrifying, and we are preparing students for a world that does not yet exist and we cannot imagine.

The study points out specific skills students will need to thrive in this future world. Our students need to communicate, be creative, collaborate and think critically. Our curriculum emphasizes building these four skills through Project Based Learning, and technology is integrated, as needed, throughout the subjects.