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.
Over the next year, the Friends School of Minnesota community will be exploring and defining what we value and believe about diversity.