The sixth grade students have been making projects for Columbus Day.Â They made posters that describe who he was, where he went, and what he found.Â Columbus is a controversial figure, due to his treatment of the native peoples he encountered.Â He was not thought of as a great leader of men, but certainly had great courage to set out into the unknown in wooden ships.
Soccer club students have been enjoying the club for four weeks now. Students are not only learning different skills from educational videos and instructional resources, but also they are practicing the new knowledge every week. They are having a lot fun.
At this point we are still in need of at least 2 goals. We will need your help to raise funds to purchase them or get them donated to school. You may choose to contribute some for the cost of these goals as well. Any help is appreciated.
The goals that we are looking for are to be 12â€™ by 6â€™ soccer/handball goals.
College Mentorship Program club students had a field trip to Jacksonville past Friday and Saturday. They visited the University of Florida for open house and took a a guided tour of the UNF campus. Students also went to the Nation's oldest city, Saint Augustine.
You may check out some pictures from the trip!
6th graders took a field trip to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory past Friday, on October 7th,2011. They had exciting hands-on activities (Liquid Nitrogen Demonstration) and a tour of the Magnet Lab. It was an educational and inspirational trip for all of them. Nation's future scientists are raising at STARS!Check out some pictures from the day!