Mrs. Hale's students were assigned a project to create a car that would demonstrate Newton's laws of motion when rolled down a track. The students researched what car they can make and selected a piece of wood, which they filed and sanded, and later added wheels that are screwed in with nails. The results were fantastic and today students had an opportunity to race the cars they made. They were proud of their cars, had fun during the activity, and learned an important lesson about the laws of motion. Kol Hakavod to our students and Mrs. Hale on a fabulous activity.
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Mrs. Blackburn from AAA visited our Kindergarten students today to talk about the importance of car seat safety. The students enjoyed her fun and creative presentation and we look forward to partnering with AAA again in the future!
The Middle School Robotics Club is preparing for another competition later this school year. The Robotics Club is part of the Science, Engineering: Technology, Teamwork, and Training program as well as STEM.
In connection to the Torah portions of Breishit and Noach, which includes the story of the snake in Gan Eden, students participated in a show led by " My Reptile Guys NY ." The show included numerous turtles and snakes from around the world! Our students learned about each of these reptiles and their habitat. They were given the opportunity to touch and even hold some reptiles including Mellow Yellow, a huge snake! We look forward to providing more of these exciting, hands-on events throughout the year!
During Morah Ben-Harari's 7th grade Chumash class the students learned about the portable house of Hashem in the desert, the Mishkan. They studied the structure and all the vessels the Kohanim used to serve Hashem.