Lessons Learned in Slate Valley
Celebrating amazing work of educators and students, Volume 6
Differentiation through Seesaw
Outdoor Classrooms for reading
Students make websites, publish stories, learn welding for PBLs, solve real problems, and help their community
The 3rd graders at CES participated in research groups to learn about ocean animals. You can see some of what they learned on this site:
4th graders at CES published a variety of stories as part of a narrative writing unit. You can read their stories here:
As part of his individualized Project Based Learning, an 8th grader at OVS worked with a plumber and learned basic welding. See his welding demonstration here:
One team of 6th and 7th graders at OVS, and a second team of 8th graders, under the tutelage of Courtney Robinson, participated in the nation-wide Make:able Challenge. They were tasked with designing an assistive tool for a person with arthritis. See their final presentation here:
Make:able Challenge (This one is a finalist in the category of iterative design. Way to go!)
An FHUHS Student’s R.E.A.L. Project is a drive to support the Dodge House in Rutland and raise awareness of homeless veterans. Dodge House in Rutland "provides shelter, clothing, food, and an individualized program to reintegrate veterans back into the community and help them to achieve self sufficiency"
Please view the flyer here.
Preschool Social Emotional Learning
2nd and 3rd graders at BVS learn coding
Tip Line and Parting Thoughts
This newsletter has been put together by your coaching team (Casey, Abby, Molly, Kristen) with help from many staff who have sent us photos. To join in the fun of recognizing the great work of our SU, please email pictures to the coaches. We look forward to it!