Dear Parents/Guardians, On November 16th and 17th, we will be hosting our annual History Fair here on campus. High School students will present their History Fair presentations on Tuesday, November 16th from 12:05-3:05, and Elementary and Middle School students will present theirs on Wednesday, November 17 from 12:05-3:05. We would like to invite parents who are interested to come serve as parent judges. This is always a fun way for parents to see what students are doing and
WORD WORK AT LITERACY STATIONS One of the most rewarding experiences for elementary educators is watching young learners develop into confident readers. There is that "Aha!" moment when a beginner reader masters word-sound connection and reads with accuracy and fluency. A way to encourage this development is through a variety of sensory activities at literacy stations. In pairs, the first grade class explored word work for "short u" words through the following activities: 1.
Middle School and High School students have the opportunity to participate in the newly opened HAS Robotics Club, which is running as an extra-curricular activity after school on Mondays. Additionally, there is a high school elective robotics class as well. In these photos, students can be seen experimenting with VEX robots which they assembled. The robots can be controlled manually by remote controllers or they can be automated via sensors and programming. No
Typhoon Kompasu has left. The external wind was astonishing@@ How did the building resist such strong winds? Grade 4 worked hard last week on an engineering project. The goal was to make a model of a building that would be strong enough to withstand a wind storm. They worked as a team, taking on different roles to create a very strong building. When we did the final test they got great results and proved to be ingenious engineers. 圓規颱風離開了，這次的外圍強風好驚人@@
What is "PSAT"? Everything you Need to Know What is the PSAT test? The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is a well-known standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It tests what the students learn in high school with the common core standards and their readiness for college and takes three hours to finish. However, PSAT (Preliminary SAT) is a primer for the SAT. Students use the PSAT as a practice for the SAT to detect their strengths and weakne