FSM music teacher Brad Bradshaw directs the music for The Match Girl’s Gift: A Christmas Story – a fun and family-friendly show for the holiday season on the Minnesota Centennial Showboat.
Welcome to the world of poetry in the Bayou classroom! Third and fourth grade students have been writing poems in a variety of poetic forms: Haiku; Concrete; Advice; My Favorite Thing; Silent, Loud, Eternal; Jabberwocky and more.
Seventh and eighth grade students are visiting Minnesota’s Crosby Farm Regional Park along the Mississippi River once a month for the entire school year. This interdisciplinary exploration combines math, science, geography, and writing with a focus on environmental education.
Community is a core Quaker value and is a part of every school’s life. What do 1st and 2nd graders think about community?
I Am Thankful For
Halloween brings many opportunities for joyous learning in my kindergarten class.
My Prairie class students do! Owls are the topic of our first student-generated project of the year.
Visiting artist and photographer Wing Young Huie gave a “Chalk Talk” workshop with middle school students as a part of a inter-discplinary unit in art, Spanish and humanities.