Read-A-Thon encourages elementary students to “dive” into a good book.
The elementary students begin the Random Acts of Kindness campaign and encourage one another.
Fourth-grade students create homemade cookers to study solar energy transfer.
Elementary students participate in special guest speaker sessions during Spiritual/Special Emphasis Week.
The kindergarten classes celebrate the 100th day of the school year on February 2.
Across all divisions, Korean language students participate in a new reading program.
The elementary classes compete in a door-decorating competition for various awards.
Elementary art classes study simplicity, printmaking, and various styles to create original pieces.
Elementary students dressed as campers or wild animals to enjoy a day of outdoor activities.
Students from all divisions sign up to train in the pool before the school day begins.
The first term of After School Activities meets both in-person and virtually during hybrid learning.
Ms. Jones's fifth-grade art classes design a mural of elementary teacher and staff portraits.