Interdisciplinary projects that live beyond the classroom
The fourth-grade crew at Palouse Prairie Charter School hosted an evening of art, poetry, and inspiration to benefit the Humane Society of the Palouse (HSOP).
Meadow Glen Middle School has a student population of approximately 1,100 students and around 370 seventh-grade students worked together to produce this magazine.
U.S. History students explored the journeys of immigrants who came to these shores early in the 20th century. They listened to accounts from Ellis Island and examined Emma Lazarus’s inscription on the Statue of Liberty.
First and second grade crew studied how communities interact through the lens of ants.
Kindergarten students built upon their knowledge of identity and community helpers by engaging in a project focused on getting to know and showing appreciation for members of the BB&N community.
Second-graders at Inspire Academy studied Schools and Community for an expedition. Their guided questions included:
Eighth-grade students at Palouse Prairie Charter School in Moscow, Idaho created paper cut art pieces that capture the meaning and emotion of a passage from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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The entire student crew at Arbor Vitae Woodruff Elementary School in northern Wisconsin participated in the creation of Design Principle posters for the school’s commons.
AP English Literature students compiled a journal of commentary and fiction focused on the dystopia genre. Students read classics such as Brave New World, Harrison Bergeron, and Animal Farm.