Huron Middle School
Students in Colleen Jensen’s science class are learning about the Solar System, and the many celestial bodies that reside there! A culminating activity they created was 3D models of the Solar System and used innovative materials to show the different attributes of each.
Science students use hands-on, project-based learning in class. If students read it, write it, listen to it, speak it and create it, they will retain this new information in a deeper way.
From Colleen Jensen
Huron High School
In sheltered ninth grade language arts, the students are learning about sentence structure, and are practicing writing sentences grammatically correct. They will begin writing a career research paper, and reading and critiquing informational texts.
Students in sheltered 10th-grade language arts, are learning to diagram sentences as they continue to work on grammar and writing skills. They are currently reading Leo Tolstoy’s, “How Much Land Does a Man Need?”
Sheltered 11th-grade language American Literature class students are currently reading works by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau, and will start reading poetry by Emily Dickinson.
From Laura Iverson