Last Thursday, Jodi Barber, along with Cole Edwards spoke to the grade 8 classes concerning drug abuse in Orange County. Mrs. Barber was instrumental in the production and release of the movie “Behind the Orange Curtain.” Grade 8 students watched the movie before Mrs. Barber came to speak and discussed it in class.
In the classroom, Kindergarten students are learning about weather and that changes occur day to day and across the seasons. To investigate one type of weather in particular, last week students participated in a hands-on lab to learn about wind. They participated in an inquiry-based exploration on harnessing the power of the wind and the uses of such power.
This week numerous grade 6, 7, and 8 students gathered together to kick off St. Anne's newest Middle School lunch club. The club is called, Christian Life Community (CLC), and together the group will pray for the community, hold Bible studies, enjoy worship music, and partake in community service.
This week in life science, grade 7 students learned about the unique abilities of sight, and how the anatomical human eye operates, from the inside out. The grade 7 honors classes received the opportunity to dissectboth a cow’s eye, and an individual squid, where they focused on the unique characteristics that unite such simple creatures with humans.
St. Anne Early Child Development Center had a spook-tacular time decorating during Daddy & Me Pumpkin Carving last week! Our little pumpkins were hands-on with their dads using glittering, painting, and carving. The event jump started the fall season and upcoming Halloween festivities. Overall, many boo-tiful pumpkins were made and fun was had by all.