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Skano met their goal for their annual Soup-er Bowl can drive. More than 1,600 items were collected to be used in the Skano backpack program and to donate to the Jonesville Food Pantry. Students pictured donated 10 or more items to the cause. Way to go Skano!
In the Arongen library, Mrs. DeGennaro’s 5th grade class uses a triple Venn diagram to compare and contrast the language and writing systems of the Aztec, Inca and Maya civilizations. Students paraphrased their notes and shared what they learned to make connections.
Acadia technology students work to build the tallest free standing structure with very challenging time constraints and material limitations. They are learning about the design process. The tallest paper structure was over 10′ tall within 22 minutes.
Sue Butera, Wendy O’Brien and Suzanne Hasko from the High School Wellness Center with two of our Therapy dogs, Precious and Chanel, on the dogs 3rd birthday.
The Arongen Library was transformed into a Makerspace. Laura D’Orazio, from Barnes and Noble Bookstore in Albany, brought all STEM related activities, like Ozobots, Little Bits and Snap Circuit, to pique the interest of Mrs. Morrow’s 5th grade class. All the kids had a great time and even Mr. Hills participated.
Acadia’s Team 7-1 and 7-2 enjoyed an Invention Day. Collaborating in pairs students identified a problem, designed a solution or improvement to a solution, researched an idea to make sure that it hadn’t been invented yet and then prepared a poster to display the invention. The goal is to stimulate the development of creativity and […]