Sixth-graders host mini museum
On Monday—the last full day of full classes—sixth-graders hosted a “mini” museum to share projects from their Latin and history classes with the school community. From their Latin classes, the students shared their “Bloom Balls,” 12-sided 3-D projects reflecting different aspects of historical figures that they researched. From their history classes, students presented the “3-D Masterpieces” from their year-end research project, visual aids meant to represent part of their learning about the individual topic related to the ancient Mediterranean. Visitors to the Museum included many faculty and staff, two 2-3 home stations, and the entire K-1 class. The sixth-graders presented professionally and impressed visitors with the depth of their knowledge about their topics!