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Frenship Students Participate in Virtual Safari
First and 5th Grade students from Legacy Elementary and Kindergarten students from North Ridge Elementary recently took a "ride" on a virtual African Safari! Students interacted with the guides by submitting questions about the animals and the environment. Students loved hearing the guide say their name and respond to their questions!
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Frenship Ag Welding Busy with Projects
Ag Welding students are building individual projects. Ryder McCalib and Ryan Diaz are
constructing a water bottle drying rack for the FHS Athletic Trainers.
AP English III Goes Into the Wild!
Ms. Griffith's AP English III students literally took a hike! They connected a hiking trip to Palo Duro with the novel, Into the Wild.
Throughout the hike, students were required to write journal entries as Chris McCandless, the author, did during his adventure. They wrote entries on current emotional conditions before the trip, during, and after the hike.
Students employed the same writing style as Chris did on his journey. It was the ultimate imitation exercise for these writers!
U.S. History Students Prepare for EOC
Reese teachers Regan Lamberson and Tara Seymour use a wide variety of high yield strategies to help their students master content for the U.S. History EOC. Students work in cooperative groups to learn content and teach each other. They are also constantly setting their own goals for their learning. The students are thinking and processing at high levels while the teachers facilitate and guide the learning.
TVMS Math Teachers Incorporate Hands-On Learning
7th graders in Skylar Dobson's math class at Terra Vista Middle School discover the vast differences between cubic inches, cubic feet, and cubic meters through hands-on experiences. What a memorable way to reinforce the fact that units matter!