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.
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.
Third and fourth grade students have been learning about creating depth using atmospheric perspective.
In art class, seventh and eighth graders made candelabras for their Dia de los Muertos project.
Grades 5/6 started the year off in art class by creating a “similar element collage.”