As the heart of the gifted community, the mission of the SAGE Center is to ensure all students, as members of a global society, foster their uniqueness, develop their potential, and embrace their true belonging through learning experiences distinguished by:
- Courageous exploration and discovery of passions in a flexible and innovative environment
- Support systems for students, staff, and community
- Ownership and self-regulation in a student-driven culture
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What We Have Been Learning
Mrs. Kleoppel & Ms. Lund’s 2nd grade students measuring walls and floors for their dream bedroom design PBL project.
Mrs. Kleoppel’s 2nd grade UOS exploring how to use block coding to control a Sphero.
Ms. Lund & Mrs. Kleoppel’s K/1 students make cloud observations during science.
Mrs. Kleoppel & Ms. Lund’s K/1 students listen to the book “All Are Welcome” as they discuss ways to help new classmates feel a sense of belonging and identify ways they can be a good friend.
2nd grade students in Ms. Lund & Mrs. Kleoppel’s class are working on a PBL to design their dream bedroom.
1st grade and kindergarten students simulate how clouds produce rain.
Mrs. Leonard’s students took inventory and categorized donations for their PBL project.
Students learned about the effects of oil spills and made contraptions to separate the oil from ocean water.
Mrs. Leonard’s students learned about the water cycle and cloud types in science.
Road Trippin’ UOS students wrote letters and made bookmarks for their pen pals.
Students in the Paper Craft UOS get their hands dirty as they create beautiful birds with paper mache.
Mrs. Hodes 2nd graders really went above and beyond to collect for their PBL project.
Extension Calendar for April
Check out these boredom busters which promote creative thinking.
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