Our kindergarten through fourth-grade students rotate to specialists throughout the week, fully rounding out their STREAM (science, technology, religion, engineering, and math) curriculum.
From Spanish and technology to P.E. and music, our Falcons are being challenged in new and exciting ways, keeping them fully engaged each and every day!
Recently, in technology, our students have been tackling a rich mix of projects and balancing the hard work with some friendly competition at the end of each class.
The kindergarten and first-grade classes have been wrapping up their coding lessons and developing their typing efficiency.
The second-grade students have been writing stories about a dog, using the Keynote app to prepare a presentation that shares the tale.
In third grade, the students are mastering Google Slides by writing a presentation on a specific country.
Lastly, the fourth-grade students, are working on tinker modeling, which we will share more about on the Falcon Feed blog in the weeks ahead.
The technology room is very quiet as each of the students focuses on their projects, and in the final minutes of class, breaks out into excited chatter, happy dances, and encouraging chants as students compete against each other in educational brain-break games.
Oh, but all the games are in Spanish, adding a different twist on brain-break time!