This project pushes students to use spatial awareness, math concepts, and geography skills to build a model city.
For the second morning this month, families gathered before school in the cafeteria to make lunches for the Gillespie Center who will distribute them to those in need.
The Staples Kool 2 Be Kind Club, which included former Kings Highway alumni, visited to lead a second lesson with the KHS Caring Council, our school leadership team. The lesson focused on breaking the habit of making assumptions about others.
It was Kindness Week at KHS and students were busy making a difference with positive notes, kindness challenges, and kindness rocks.
During this first grade music lesson, students at KHS worked in groups of three to find instruments around the room that would create a leitmotif for their animal puppet.
First graders were busy in the KHS Maker Space as they were challenged to build a tall ski jump for a skier to successfully use. Collaborative groups got busy building with Unifix cubes, Keva Planks, paper, tape, cardboard, and scissors. They paid strict attention to the limits.