Finding Value in Diversity

I had the ability to do this through my Hindu youth group, which teamed up with Interfaith Quest and Children’s Hospital to create a structure of cans depicting a symbol of unity and care. The mural on the cans reflect the ideology of “Embracing Diversity” and equal access to quality

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Third Grade

Students applied the design process to the problem of delivering aid to an area where supplies must be airlifted in and dropped to the ground from an aircraft. Throughout this module the students learned how balanced and unbalanced forces impact airplane flight and how working on a team helps when

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National Merit

Congratulations to our 2019 National Merit Commended Students Allison Kelley and Hannah Shine and our National Merit Semifinalists Irene Cornett and Ellie Khojasteh! Way to go, girls!


Here is what senior Theresa Fister had to say about the experience:

“This past weekend my team and I participated in Globalhack VII, which is a coding competition centered around finding solutions to civic problems. This year’s theme was centered around helping immigrants and refugees feel more welcomed in the

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Stream Tables in 8th Grade Science

They are using the tables to try to model all sorts of real world events such as floods and hurricanes and looking at how water affects everything from housing to soil. Very cool!