Students will be performed as if they are at a Caribbean Carnival celebration in Trinidad and Tobago. Students studied dances from the African Diaspora.
4th graders at HTeCV raised awareness about the pollution problem they noticed on campus and put solutions into action to reduce waste.
Through the exploration of Social Emotional Learning, First Graders will learn to identify their feelings and which emotions they are grappling with.
Rise Up! A Changemaker Project built upon The Roots to Rise fall project when students explored the power of their own roots and stories, and a change they hope to create in their future.
Through planning and reflecting on our own play, we have been working to answer our essential question, “What is the power of play?”
Students created their own toy alongside local pre-schoolers and write a story about what that toy does when no one is around.
The core purpose of this project was for students to develop a connection to the natural world, and examine the role of pollinators, and re-plant a school garden.
Students created owl boxes for predatory birds to live in near a new building on the HTHCV campus, to learn about the local environment and help deal with the school’s rodent problem.